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nullnaught  
11 Sep 2010 14:44 | Quote
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Im trieing to figure out how to make a melody and a bass line work at the same time. My question to you all is.

What artists or guitar players do this? I need to know whom to look up so i may study them. Thank you.
Empirism  
11 Sep 2010 15:21 | Quote
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I assume you dont mean finger picking here, I think you should at first study from James Burton



Hope this helps
Empirism
Admiral  
11 Sep 2010 15:23 | Quote
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Eric Johnson uses it in his Cliffs of dover
And Loads of countryplayers use it, like Empirism already said.
nullnaught  
11 Sep 2010 15:29 | Quote
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Thants a start. But Im more or less looking for a list of players.
Admiral  
11 Sep 2010 15:31 | Quote
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Tatataaaaaa:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_hybrid_picking_guitarists
nullnaught  
11 Sep 2010 15:37 | Quote
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Thanks admiral. Thats what i needed.
Admiral  
11 Sep 2010 15:47 | Quote
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No problem man! haha
LedZeppRox13  
11 Sep 2010 18:23 | Quote
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The Lemon Song by Led Zeppelin uses hybrid picking, and in Soul Man by the Blues Brothers that intro part is.
nullnaught  
11 Sep 2010 20:43 | Quote
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An instrumental piece im working on right now is "parade" by nikita koshkin. You can find both music and tab at http://www.classtab.org/ I strongly recommend this to all of you.
RA  
12 Sep 2010 21:19 | Quote
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is this what your looking for it's not hybrid picking but it is melody and bass. or do you want a more chord melody type stuff?

don't get bog down by his guitar it is basically the same tuning as a regular six sting. I don't know if you know this but each position covers two octaves and a perfect fourth. the problem is the octaves are touching. his set up just puts an octave between the bass and treble strings.

to start of doing things like this is to in every position, starting with the tonics/roots first. hold the bast note down with one finger in the bass resister. then play the corresponding scale without lifting that finger or deadening the sound with the other three in the treble resister. like always every positions and each finger.
nullnaught  
12 Sep 2010 21:32 | Quote
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More like this.
RA  
12 Sep 2010 21:42 | Quote
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oo ok you just threw me off with your op and your post on the classical song.

try Doc Watson he has some stuff you my like, he is more bulegrassy and old timey at lest more then the electric chickening picking you got going on. some jerry reed songs can get going. a lot of the bass lines in this are just alternating roots and fifths

you just change the video on me now I'm really confused
nullnaught  
12 Sep 2010 21:43 | Quote
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Thanks ra.
RA  
12 Sep 2010 21:46 | Quote
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as long as i help in some way I'm happy

just so my post is understood he had a video of guy chickening picking then change it to the classical study video while i was posting my second post
nullnaught  
12 Sep 2010 22:07 | Quote
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Actually I screwed up by taking away that first video. This is the one i meant to show.


Reinhardt  
13 Sep 2010 08:44 | Quote
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You would love "Ocean" By john Butler. He uses 12 string but can also be done with 6. The intro he plays melody with a bass line.
JazzMaverick  
13 Sep 2010 10:10 | Quote
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Most of what I play is hybrid picking, but it's my own stuff... and I dunno if you're into Jazz or not. If you'd like some stuff to work on then I'll tab out some of my stuff for you.
nullnaught  
13 Sep 2010 18:01 | Quote
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Ive got alot im working on now. Mostly Chet Atkins stuff.

But thank you both.

Here's a little doc watson.







MoshZilla1016  
13 Sep 2010 19:47 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
Most of what I play is hybrid picking, but it's my own stuff... and I dunno if you're into Jazz or not. If you'd like some stuff to work on then I'll tab out some of my stuff for you.


If nullnaught is too busy you could pass some of that my way.

nullnaught  
13 Sep 2010 22:12 | Quote
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Here's one im working on. This version anyway.



AlexB  
13 Sep 2010 23:35 | Quote
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MoshZilla1016  
14 Sep 2010 17:26 | Quote
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@AlexB That is sweet dude!!!
jcb3000  
14 Sep 2010 20:42 | Quote
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Such a beautiful song!


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