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Well, if you want say the major scale of A, take the minor scale, and pop it down 3 frets, so it starts at F#. But, don't start at F#, start at A. So you're playing the F# minor scale and the minor shape, but by using the A notes as the root note, you get the major scale, if you get me. That would help for major songs.
The way I said it was a bit complicated, but yeah.
get one while you can - i think epiphone discontinued them...
Here is my Firebird, and yeah it's perfect for Foo Fighters, and it can handle some Metallica, not realllllll heavy stuff, but can handle blues really well!
There are about a million Slash posers there, a few of them are likely to have gotten the tone right.
not sure on amp settings (never used this amp) but normally gain on seven an on some songs use the rythm pickups on ur lp.
WHY ARE YOU IN TEXAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is the type of band I'm looking for up in the NY/NJ area!
Its called ur Imagination. its this new crazy thing, idk...its wierd...its like..idk...i nvr heard of it before. but dam it works real well...idk how...
Seriously? U play guitar, and claim to kno the pentatonic scale. but u can't...string notes together? u haven't played around with it long enough obviously. and if there WAS a site, how do u think THEY would have done it?
Imagination, and creativity are a musicians best friend. use 'em
No problem and if you ever need any help or advice feel free to message me.
Just like with anything, practice. Just keep writing and trying to expand your thoughts and vocabulary. Explore different writing styles and try using metaphors and such to try and get away from the basic style. You'll get better.
DUDE I TOTALLY AGREE! i just am very immature in my lyrical writting lifeYou shouldn't write lyrics to "match" the piece, the lyrics should be a separate entity. Then you can try to work what you want to say into your riffs, but sometimes you will have to change the riff if it does not suit.
Your lyrics rhyme too much and have no substance, it seems lyrically immature. You need to delve deeper if those are the types of words you want to use, because I didn't get a picture from what you have written, just the impression you were whinging excessively and rhyming.
Try not rhyming so much to get away from the rap aspect you think you have. A lot of rap is based around consistent rhyming or have parts where several lines in a row are made to rhyme. Like so "Police think they can see me lean, I'm tint so it ain't easy to be seen, When you see me ride by they can see the glean, And my shine on the deck and the TV screen..." Although very basic lyrics they don't seem emo at all, they seem like obvious personal struggle. Try looking at lyrics to your favorite songs for ideas and try to expand your vocabulary to give you more options. Hope I helped.