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I have no idea what MMA is, but I'm assuming it's violent, thus I could get it for free by walking into the Saracen's Head wearing a t-shirt that says "Celtic are sh*te" on the front and "the Pope shags small boys" on the back.
If we're talking about writing, you can't force a good song. All the song's that I've written that I think are even decent have come from just ****ing around for a few minutes. Maybe it's me.
As for technique, everyone is right. Bends, vibrato, adding dynamics, all that good stuff will make you sound ten times better. Learn songs by ear, take cool licks you like and try to apply them to your playing, BE CREATIVE. Don't just copy and paste what you hear, do something different with it. Easier said than done but it's well worth the effort.
There are whole bunch of things that they could be doing. No way to give you an exact answer.
Sometimes it's all in 1 scale. Sometimes it's not.
Best way to get your head around it is to learn to play it & listen. Then you'll have something to study.
You'll want to have a backing track in the "Key" of C Major. The chords and resolutions, will make the attending improvisation, decidedly Major.
C Em Dm G would be an example of a progression that will work on an improvisation using a C Major Pentatonic scale.
Good luck, man! A Lot of people ave that same question when they first start out. Onward and Forward!
Short, and by no means exhaustive answer is a minor 3rd/major 3rd as a passing tone in C blues sounds pretty good, but in a straight major progression, the b3 sounds "off". against any chord where the major 3rd is present.
Why people think he's egotistical and arrogant is beyond me.
The attachment here is something I wrote for a project in school last year (my last year there). I never got around to naming it, never finding a name that I thought would fit, so instead it's just an abbreviation of Swedish words(+which version of the file it was, to create a timeline. It got confusing in the end.). In the end I had too little time left to write a good ending, but I think the end result was okay. Still, I feel it's lacking something, but can't figure out what. Still, I'd appreciate critique.
Also, I III and V refer to major chords built off of scale degrees 1, 3, and 5 respectively. Roman numerals indicate chords, whilst Arabic numerals (often seen with circumflexes) indicate scale degrees.
Most likely you're an octave too low. Are all the strings of the electric really loose? Try reference tuning the electric to the acoustic.
Yeah, but its in Eb tuning so its played like F#m.
Does anybody know how to figure out a songs key even if your ear is not capable of hearing this?
Its like, i dont have any sheet for the song, nor the chord progression.
But is it possible to figure the key out without the chordprograssion or a superb ear?
Basiclly, im looking for the key that Yngwie Malmsteen - Beyond the sun: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eK0rvReE-4c
I really dont know, but i think its something like F#m?
It would be great if anyone knew the chordprogression, or only the key. I am going to play it at my exam for the year, and i have to learn it by one month and its nice to improvise at it as well.
A really easy, movable, scale that is excellent for soloing is the pentatonic minor scale. This one is in A. meaning the root is on the note A.