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help with classical riff

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BodomBeachTerror  
3 Jul 2008 21:38 | Quote
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I need help with this, i have some ideas but nothing that sounds that good. or someone could tell me what arpeggio comes after the last one



e|-----6-----6-----6-----6---6-10---6-10---9-10---9-10---5-8---5-8---5-8---5-8---6-10---6-10---6-10---6-10---|
B|---8-----8-----8-----8---8------8------8------8------------------------------8------8------8------8--------|
G|-7-----7-----7-----7---------------------------------7-----7-----7-----7-----------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Guitarslinger124  
3 Jul 2008 23:10 | Quote
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try this:



e:--6-10-8--10-8---------------------5-8--4-8--7-10--6-10-|
B:-8------8-----8-6-5-6----3-6--3-6-6----7----8-----8-----|
G:---------9-----9-7-7-7--4----4---7----7----9-----9------|
D:-----------------------5----5---------------------------|
A:--------------------------------------------------------|
E:--------------------------------------------------------|
Guitarslinger124  
3 Jul 2008 23:15 | Quote
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you might also consider playing this underneath:


e:---5--5--4--4--5--5--4--4-|
B:--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--5--|
G:-7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7---|
D:--------------------------|
A:--------------------------|
E:--------------------------|
BodomBeachTerror  
3 Jul 2008 23:26 | Quote
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okay thanks i'll try it... the difficult part is getting the computer and my guitar at the same time =p
Guitarslinger124  
3 Jul 2008 23:29 | Quote
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i was just messing around a bit, and i came up with this too:


e:---6-10--6-11--6-10-10/11-10-8---|
B:--8-----8-----8---------------10-|
G:-7-----7-----7-------------------|
D:---------------------------------|
A:---------------------------------|
E:---------------------------------|
Guitarslinger124  
3 Jul 2008 23:30 | Quote
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wow...played all together that is really freaking cool!!! hehe. work on that, its awesome. by the way, just so you are aware, you started the riff in E minor, but i made it change it to A minor. that can make for some really cool rhythm ideas.
BodomBeachTerror  
3 Jul 2008 23:38 | Quote
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lol well, i forgot all of the very little music theory i learned, so it doesnt make much difference to me =p
BodomBeachTerror  
4 Jul 2008 19:29 | Quote
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some of that sounded really cool, some of it didnt =p no offense (unless its tabbed wrong).. ill mess around w/ it for awhile
chenecaddell  
14 Jul 2008 07:26 | Quote
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thats all kinda cool and somewhat theoretical, but i would suggest some layerage bros.... dont put all high parts together or your gonna get a jumbled mess of high notes, which tends to sound like a blaring smoke alarm. you should play those at different parts of the song, and have some undertone chords to bring out some depth in the piece.


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