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My Steve Vai Cover (Improv)

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shredguitar17  
4 Nov 2008 04:29 | Quote
Joined: 03 Feb 2008
United States
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So I just put it up on my myspace and its more of an improv towards the middle and end. Well here it is

http://www.myspace.com/justnothingness
exp  
4 Nov 2008 05:21 | Quote
Joined: 28 Oct 2008
Netherlands
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Hey man, that was quite okay. It's obvious you have quite some technical ability. The important thing now is too look out not to play outside the scales too much [it's cool sometimes, I must admit, but IMO you're straying away too far a couple of times too]. Good luck with your playing.

BTW: post your recording gear :)
shredguitar17  
4 Nov 2008 20:02 | Quote
Joined: 03 Feb 2008
United States
Lessons: 2
Karma: 7
Thank you. Well what I did was I went from B minor pentatonic and used the 5 postions of the pentatonic (obviously) then I would slide around in the F# phrygian and then everyone once in a while I combined the D major (or ionian your preference) and F# phrygian in a run and I did a few sweep picks in a B minor arpeggio. So thank you for your comment, I will remember that next time I improv.

For recording gear I used a mesa boogie amp, with a schecter omen 6 with a marshall guv'nor distortion pedal, my overdrive on 6 on my amp, with 1/2 reverb, and a slight chorus pedal preset. I also turned my neck pickup on my guitar, and turned the tone down about 1/3 the way.
Oh and I used garageband.


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