#2
i really dont know how to tell but from looking at the tab im gonna say.......... G?
#5
I think it's in A minor. It's definetly A something. I'm going with A minor because i don't remember seeing a C# so there's a b3. There is G# in a good amount so i'm going to say that was borrowed from the harmonic minor scale.
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#6
lol damn...i usually just look at the first note of a song and say yea its in that key...so when i saw the 5 on the E string it just regestered G because i write in drop d. BUT since this tab is in standard the 5 is an A. so i say listen to metal4all!
#7
Quote by leftykid
lol damn...i usually just look at the first note of a song and say yea its in that key...so when i saw the 5 on the E string it just regestered G because i write in drop d. BUT since this tab is in standard the 5 is an A. so i say listen to metal4all!


That's a pretty bad way of doing things. If you care what key a song is in, you should care enough to learn how to work it out properly.
#8
Quote by Eirien
That's a pretty bad way of doing things. If you care what key a song is in, you should care enough to learn how to work it out properly.



you are right my friend but i just have never took the time to learn theory. i have played guitar for 5 years now and im to the point to where i can hear something in my head and pick it out quite easily actually. its kind of weird i hear something and id say within 2 or 3 tries tries ive got it. i anticipate the next note and 80% of the time it is the one i want
#9
Quote by leftykid
you are right my friend but i just have never took the time to learn theory. i have played guitar for 5 years now and im to the point to where i can hear something in my head and pick it out quite easily actually. its kind of weird i hear something and id say within 2 or 3 tries tries ive got it. i anticipate the next note and 80% of the time it is the one i want


It's very good that you have a good ear, but learning theory offers us a way to understand what we play.
#10
yes i know but knowing theory doesnt mean you cannot make good music...i know you did not say that... i was just voicing my own opinion on it...I read a guitar world interview with Eddie Van Halen and he said he never took 1 lesson he just played what sounded good to him..i think this proves my theory lol
#11
Quote by leftykid
yes i know but knowing theory doesnt mean you cannot make good music...i know you did not say that... i was just voicing my own opinion on it...I read a guitar world interview with Eddie Van Halen and he said he never took 1 lesson he just played what sounded good to him..i think this proves my theory lol

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#13
Quote by leftykid
yes i know but knowing theory doesnt mean you cannot make good music...i know you did not say that... i was just voicing my own opinion on it...I read a guitar world interview with Eddie Van Halen and he said he never took 1 lesson he just played what sounded good to him..i think this proves my theory lol


That's funny because I thought EVH was a classically trained pianist.
#14
Quote by Eirien
That's funny because I thought EVH was a classically trained pianist.


Exactly.

Both he and his brother received training from a young age.
#15
hey man i have never heard that. so i was going off of what i read in guitar world...but u know now that im high and i think about it guitar world is probally 1/2 half bull**** anyways hahahah

maybe i'll break out the scale books for a while