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in my opinion a solo only works when the band listen to each other , you can have the "best" solo in the world but if the band is listening to each other it will sound awful .
in regards to the "crazy scales" overwhelming the vocals , i suggest you ask the bass player to work through the crazy scales with the vocalist , let them meet halfway way ,
"crazy scales " with a bass and vocals in unison coulds sound amazing .
at the end of the day , what ever you are feeling will come out in your bands sound, it is important you are open with you feeling to each other but you deal with them in a positive way .
thats just my advice ...
that is perfectly stupid. firstly - he might not be old enough to drive. secondly - he would still have to pay for lessons, pay for a driving test to get a lisence and buy a car... while it would help it's not really "advice" as such...
In america there has to be a plaintiff for there to be a defendant. He is probably not being charged with assault a) the fire marshall came to talk to him, not the cops. b) his friend has to press charges and an arrest has to be made. It is probably for the flaming baseball bat. Being charge for braking an open flame law or some crap. Dude keep your cool. Think responsible in your answers. And finally for the love of god don't talk to the judge the way you post in the forum, he'll lock you up on principle. Good luck.
Wtf are you talking about? Are you saying the ****ers who blew up the towers and killed all those people deserve cool points?
Band = group of musicians who record, write, and/or perform with each other publically.
Group of friends= group of musicians who practice in their mom's basement, maybe never leave there, and aren't complete yet.
And yes, the racist thing was a joke. But don't discriminate against other musicians! and don't hate Apples.
sales tax is 6% here in pennsylvania, but i live right on the deleware border, where there is no sales tax! ****ing sweet
Ok ill give it a try.
The EQ stuff never worked for me for some weird reason.
Not it aint like the problem is in my ears cus i hear the bass when only the drums and bass play but when the guitars kick in... damn.
EDIT : For som reason on Audacity i cant use the Effects.
Its impossible to klick on the option cus they aint highlighted in black.
Hey guys, never posted on a forum before, but im stuck!! I have been playing for about 6 or 7 years on and off, but the last 2 years ive been 4 - 6 hrs a day (or more). I want to learn how to sweep pick. Ive seen all these videos on You Tube, trying to show you how to play, but all they really do is play. What excercises can I do to start off with? I know the bottom 3 strings to start....any other advice would be awesome!!
P.S. Whats a good number to start with when it comes to a metroneome? 80?
This'll never happen. Reasons?
1) The site is ultimate-GUITAR
2) There is already a forum for that sort of thing - "Other Instruments"
3) https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=257298&page=1 = Singing thread - Not hard to find
4) There is no point in having drum tabs take up bandwitdth and space on the server for about 15% of UG users to use them, when they could find a drum forum or something
^There's a singing thread in Musician's Talk and drums fit in the other instruments thread.
Exactly, thank you edg. There are a couple articles on this site about correct practice (I think one is by Tom Hess) that i would highly recommend. You can spend 8 hours a day practicing but get nowhere if you are practicing wrong. It is also a very good idea to set goals when you are practicing, otherwise, how do you know when you get better. Setting goals (and achieving them) also helps keep the thrill and enjoyment of practicing. just my 2 cents.
^ i don't wholly agree, my hands usually start to get tired after a while (thus ending my initial warmup at 30 minutes, but thats just loosening muscles up) but after another 20 minutes of rest of so i can go back and go for hours, but usually after 2-3 hours my fretting hand gets tired again, but i would simply imagine thats due to strength and stamina (i play fast, as many of us do). when i think play guitar endlessly i think for 12+ hours non stop
during a school day, ill do around 4 hours, when i get home at around 3, do homework til 4:30-5, play guitar rest of day
on weekends, i try to do around 6
and yeah i have like 2 or 3 good friends i hang out with outside of school, but whenever i hang out with anyone else, i just feel like, why, i could be at home sweeping some dominant phrygian arpeggio, but yes, i do still have a social life somehow
Ever heard of Bob Dylan, Neil Young neither of them could sing to save there life. Look where they are now in the crack box, but a gold plated crack box.
The ones you had titled Major, Dorian and Lydian. I think just about all of them really
didn't have all the notes for the fingering positions.
I think the main problem is that you just chopped that entire fretboard into pieces.
So, if you glued them all back together again, you'd have all the notes. But,
each piece you represented isn't complete as it's missing some of the notes
that would be in the actual fingering patterns.
What you are trying to do is essentially show the 5 CAGED method fingerings of
the major scale. If you look up CAGED you should be able to find the fingering
diagrams and the notes you missed in each pattern.
There's other fingering patterns besides CAGED. The more modern, "three note per
string" patterns is another method. There's 7 of those.
Those look like the corect fingering positions for the pentatonic scale. But, they
aren't modes, just different fingering positions.
I think the problem with your other diagram (in addition to "modes" being incorrect),
was that the diatonic scale finger patterns were missing some notes.
Aboutcover songs, do you think there are certain cover songs that have been overdone and probably should be avoided being done at a first gig because you may not be taken seriously i.e. Smells Like Teen Spirit
Also, What do you guys think is a good place to have your first gig?