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Nutter166  
1 Sep 2008 08:33 | Quote
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Eh, well I had this basic structure for a riff floating round my head after playing a SRV influnced Improve last night (ripped a callus off in the process of play) and then promptly forgot.
So I thought I'd have crack number two at it today =] alot shorter then the original but eh what can we do? Anyway here you are, give us some feedback on my utterly shit, tasteless and sloppy playing if you'd be so kind.

SRV Inspired Improv

Sorry I can't get it to embed the player =[ Have a good people =]
telecrater  
1 Sep 2008 11:06 | Quote
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It's not bad, It sounds a little unstructured and somewhat like your "noodling" around.

Try throwing a couple of chords in there or making a backing track to play with.

You got that SRV clean tone going

Keep it up
Nutter166  
1 Sep 2008 11:16 | Quote
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I was noddling around for the most part haha I'm suprised it ran together nicely even though it was unstructred normally I hit a note that dosen't fit and can't carry it on =[
Thats for the comment Tele =] if only I knew more chords haha to the chord machine! AWAY!
telecrater  
1 Sep 2008 11:56 | Quote
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well if your trying to keep with that blues sound stick with 7th chords. most of srv's stuff was build around the 12 blues progression. So you should learn it an couple variants of it.

Those are the most common I would be the key root chord, IV would be the forth and V the fifth. So for example in E it would be I=E - IV-A - V=B

I I I I IV IV I I IV V I I

I IV I I IV IV I I IV V I V

If you really looking to get into the blues check out a book called "Blues you can Use" I learned so much from it. great book
Nutter166  
1 Sep 2008 12:08 | Quote
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hmm so that'd be using the E7 A7 and B7 chords? Sorry .-. I understand what you mean but I'm not 100% sure on what chords -_- I do intend to start learning theory soon..

so it's be like this?


E|-0-0-0-0-|-5-5-0-0-|-0-0-5-7-|-0-0-0-5-|
B|-0-0-0-0-|-5-5-0-0-|-0-0-5-7-|-0-0-0-5-|
G|-2-2-2-2-|-6-6-2-2-|-2-2-6-8-|-2-2-2-6-|
D|-2-2-2-2-|-6-6-2-2-|-2-2-6-7-|-2-2-2-6-|
A|-3-3-3-3-|-7-7-3-3-|-3-3-7-9-|-3-3-3-7-|
E|-0-0-0-0-|-5-5-0-0-|-0-0-5-7-|-0-0-0-5-|

and so, but to a bluesy beat and such..


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