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Guitar solos have periods of popularity, popular music always moves in waves. Nothing ever dies that will not be reborn and repackaged.
so today an ex-girlfriend of mine called me from her highschool (yup) saying she needed to change the bulb in one of her headlights cause the snow was getting a little more intense and she's a garbage driver. so anyway i drive down there and do it for her cause apparently no one else could and while i'm at it i'm like "okay lemme check your oil" (in spanish tho obv cause getafe) so i tug the dipstick the littlest bit and the plastic handle just cracked right off. that's how long it has been since she'd even thought about oil. disaster right there
Wait Liam are you transposing an Amaj7 shape up a fret? I misread the OP earlier. Wait, I misread the OP again twice since I started writing this.
From what I can gather, you're playing (low E to high E) x02120 and then 003230, is that right?
I trusted the video but because the demonstrator was from peavey and the amp is also from peavey , someone said that it may be filtered and so the sound may be as they want it to be . Just sayin'
But that's the beginning, not the end.
Or, you know, just learn the fretboard and then learn the notes/intervals of certain scales.
Shapes are like kindergarten level. Why bother to learn the fretboard if you're gonna go and use shapes?
It's because of the C# major chord. It doesn't have an F note. And if you play over C# major chord, the note you play over it is an E#. That's because of the note's function. It is the third of the C# major chord. It is also the major 6th of the scale. It sounds like a major 6th, not a diminished 7th, and that's why it's called an E#, not an F. F note in the key of G# minor would be a diminished 7th.
Let's transpose the same chord progression to another key. Let's take the key of A minor. The chord progression would be Am-G-F-D. If you played the same notes over that progression, I bet you wouldn't call it a Gb, you would call it a F#. Or let's take E minor. In that case the progression would be Em-D-C-A. You wouldn't call the C# a Db.
But yeah, it's all about the function of the note. There's a third between C# and E#. There's a fourth between C# and F. Yes, they are enharmonic but their function is different. As I said, in the key of G# minor E# is the major 6th (that also appears in the G# dorian scale), F is the diminished 7th.
It would also be stupid to call the note an F because of the chord it is played over. The chord already has an E# in it. So calling it an F would make no sense. F is not a chord tone. It would also be confusing for sheet music readers.
And yeah, in a diatonic scale there can't be two F's (F and F#). A diatonic scale always has A, B, C, D, E, F and G notes in it (natural, sharpened or flattened).
You would call it an E# rather than an F because there's already an F(#) in the scale. You want every scale (if it's using 8 notes) to look like A B C D E F G with various sharps or flats thrown in. If you already have an E in the scale you'd call it an F rather than an E# for the same reason. A lot of theory rules are based simply in making the notes easier to read once you have an understanding.
So many misunderstandings about tube vs solid state.
Problem is, I just don't have the money right now for the kind of amp that i want, so in the meantime i thought I'd try to improve the sound of the one i have
Dat seagull tho
Thanks for that mjones1992
I've got a heat gun etc so I think i'll try make a start this weekend, if all goes well i'll start uploading pictures.
Also, hahaha, another problem I have with this guitar is sourcing a neck to fit.
Everything but the neck is intact, anyone have any experience repainting a guitar with this kind of cover? do i sand it off or?
Once I get started i'll post updates
C major chord has only 3 notes, right? Why we play more then free of them... so they aren't triads?
Currently I don't have any money for a new good amp, however, it will be so bad connecting it to the microCube?
Nah I just like to hype things up.
As the only one who has heard the whole thing: This is one hell of a strange piece.
Sending it to the next victim.
And I do mean victim. MJones made your life a living hell.