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A cool little ditty

by Guitarslinger124

Votes 3 | Rating 3.67


Here's a three part riff thats got a cool kind of groove metal, bluesy chromatic feel to it. Plus it's very simple to play so it's great for beginners!


(Drop D tuning)


Riff 1:
D5 A5 Db5 G5 F#&C# A#5 E&C
p.m.--------------------------------->
E:------------------------------------
B:------------------------------------
G:------------------------------------
D:-----------4-----------------5------
A:-0-0-7-0-0-5-0-0-5-0-0-5-0-0-3-0-5--
D:-0-0-7-0-0-6-0-0-5-0-0-4-0-0-3-0-2--

Riff 2:

E:-----------------------------------------------------
B:-----------------------------------------------------
G:-----------------------------------------------------
D:-----------------------------------------------------
A:-0-0-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7--7--7--7-----------0-12-11-10-
D:-0-0-7-7-7-8-8-8-9-9-9-10-10-10-0-12-11-10-----------

Riff 3:

E:--------------------------------------------------------
B:--------------------------------------------------------
G:--------------------------------------------------------
D:--------------------------------------------------------
A:-0-0-7-7-7-8-8-8-9-9-9-10-10-10-0-12-11-10-0-12-11-10~~~
D:-0-0-7-7-7-8-8-8-9-9-9-10-10-10-0-12-11-10-0-12-11-10~~~



Comments:

01
12.31.2008
  Heather

I liked this one, thanks for shareing it. I'd love to hear all three at the same time.

02
12.31.2008
  Guitarslinger124

I had intended for them to be played consecutively.

03
12.31.2008
  Heather

That's good, I did enjoy playing them alone. My minds just curious, I sometimes find or invent licks and ask someone to play them with me together. I can't help but want to know wat they sound like at times. Nice licks.

04
12.31.2008
  Guitarslinger124

Thats a good thought process. I do a similar thing, when I'm writing a lick or simple progression I always ask myself if there would be a good harmony for what I've got.

05
12.31.2008
  Heather

Yeah, I always worry whether or not if a piece would sound better with something alongside. I love connecting bits and pieces together or at least finding out if it wasn't ment to be.

06
12.31.2008
  Guitarslinger124

The ever curious mind. It will get you places. Just don't be stupid like me and leave the industry just when you have the chance to get big.

07
12.31.2008
  Heather

I don't know, you still might have a chance. I know you're tallented, someday you've got to have another opertunity available for the taking. Your talent should be well reconized I think. I'll definately keep that in mind though. I doubt I'll get too many chances.

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