#1
Correct if I got what they said correctly..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewaLg1fMPkQ

relative minor to g sharp phrygian
c sharp minor
note 7 e flat major sharp 11
e flat g natural b flat E nincer on A natural
if I'm vamping F sharp minor to B seventh flat 9 what scale would you
F sarthulian or f natural amsalidian flat seven
make it sing for me
now make it sound angry
check the B string
sextuplet sequence of g ionian starting on the tonic
make it sound like my old lady's cat
which one
the tabby
okay now make it tell a joke
who's there
wait say that again
haha oh dwayne, that's a good one
that's a dirty one


Also, what are some good beginner guitar music theory books?
#2
Quote by alphamonk
Correct if I got what they said correctly..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewaLg1fMPkQ

relative minor to g sharp phrygian
c sharp minor
note 7 e flat major sharp 11
e flat g natural b flat E natural on A natural
if I'm vamping F sharp minor to B seventh flat 9 what scale would you
F sharp Dorian or f natural Mixolydian flat seven
make it sing for me
now make it sound angry
check the B string
sextuplet sequence of g ionian starting on the tonic
make it sound like my old lady's cat
which one
the tabby
okay now make it tell a joke
who's there
wait say that again
haha oh dwayne, that's a good one
that's a dirty one


Also, what are some good beginner guitar music theory books?
Hal Leonard Guitar Method - Music Theory - Everything You Always Wanted to Know but Were Too Afraid to Ask

Si
#3
Awesome... thanks, really appreciate it. And thanks for the suggestion I'll be sure to check it out. Does it teach you how to read standard notation? Or would I need something even more basic?
Last edited by alphamonk at Aug 24, 2008,
#4
It explains it over a couple of pages. It explains what notes are what on the staff what the note values are and how to use roadsigns. Reading standard notation takes a little learning and a whole lot of practice. There might be better books for that i don't know. This book is A4 and just under 100 pages so not huge but explains things quite well.
Si
#6
Quote by alphamonk

relative minor to g sharp phrygian
c sharp minor

OMG it's so true!