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    heres some walking bassline stuff to play and...

    heres some walking bassline stuff to play and anaylze

    The first progression is a ii V I VI in the key of C

    Dm7 | G7 | Cmaj7 | A7

    the bassline is (all quarter notes)...

    D E F Ab | G B D Db...
  2. If you dont have the funds, there is plenty of...

    If you dont have the funds, there is plenty of free stuff on the web to learn from.
  3. do you need large string guage to do this becasue...

    do you need large string guage to do this becasue I use 9's on and that lesson I loked at, I cant get that poping sound it just kinda does it but not very loud
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    Learn some minor pentatonic scales. Go to...

    Learn some minor pentatonic scales. Go to www.cyberfret.com and click on improvisation section and maybe check out the scales section. Also when learning songs, learn them very slow then gradually...
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    It is very possible.

    It is very possible.
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    Did you tell your singer this?

    Did you tell your singer this?
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    Make sure you apply everything on guitar!! I...

    Make sure you apply everything on guitar!! I think that is very important when you learn theory. Then you dont just have this knowledge and not know what to do with it, so everything you learn...
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    In the book, nondiatonic means not coming from...

    In the book, nondiatonic means not coming from the major scale. So in Am, you have Am Bdim Cmaj Dm Em Fmaj Gmaj

    In the key of Amajor, you have Amaj Bm C#m Dmaj Emaj F#m G#dim

    So they relate...
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    the most confortable way is the best way.

    the most confortable way is the best way.
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    B minor, or it might be G lydian.

    B minor, or it might be G lydian.
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    Yeah sorry about that, I had made it in the post...

    Yeah sorry about that, I had made it in the post correct with the numbers under the correct note names, but once I hit post they all just went to the left edge. Sorry about that. I guess I had to...
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    9th 11th and 13th are just the intervals which...

    9th 11th and 13th are just the intervals which are added to the chords. For example, Cmaj13 is a Cmaj7 chord with an added 13th, take a look at the Cmajor scale to find out what that is.

    C D E F...
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    In order to get the true sound of the mode, you...

    In order to get the true sound of the mode, you need to make another chord other than the I chord sound like home. For example say you wanted to make a D Dorian sounding song. You use the same...
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    Learn all the natural notes on one string at a...

    Learn all the natural notes on one string at a time. Practise playing melodies with one string, then when you master that string, work on the next one, then when you master that, practise writting...
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    My favoirite sound over minor chords is a Dorian...

    My favoirite sound over minor chords is a Dorian #4 scale. It comes from the 4th mode of the harmonic minor scale. For example, D dorian#4 is D E F G# A B C D. It comes from A harmonic minor scale...
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    You can play any progression with 5'ths that you...

    You can play any progression with 5'ths that you could in the original key of G. Heres the diatonic chords of Gmajor

    Gmaj Am Bm Cmaj Dmaj Em F#dim
    I ii iii IV V vi viio ...
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    In any major scale, you have fifths building off...

    In any major scale, you have fifths building off every interval exept the 7th. For example in the key of G, you have G5 A5 B5 C5 D5 E5. In your tab example, you played every one exept C5.
  18. So, if you see Dm7|G7|Cmaj7|/ You play Ebm7...

    So, if you see Dm7|G7|Cmaj7|/

    You play Ebm7 Ab7|D7 G7|Cmaj7|/

    Is that right?
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    Thanks for the help. But with the cadence, 7 6 2...

    Thanks for the help. But with the cadence, 7 6 2 5 1. Does that refer to actual chords, or just single note scale degrees?
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    Try listening to a chord progression, and singing...

    Try listening to a chord progression, and singing a little melody line over it. Then find it out on guitar. 90% of the time, you will sing on chord tones.
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    If you build a chord with stacked dim5/aug4ths,...

    If you build a chord with stacked dim5/aug4ths, youll just get a lot of octaves of root and b5. Its really just a double stop. It could work over any chord with a b5 in it, like m7-5, 7b5, dim7,...
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    Here's a chord progression I came up with a while...

    Here's a chord progression I came up with a while ago ending on a C6/9 chord.

    D9///|Dm9/Db9/|C6/9///

    Here are the voicings I use for the chords.

    D9 (x-5-4-5-5-5)

    Dm9 (x-5-3-5-5-5)
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    "What I don't quite get is how you know E-C (the...

    "What I don't quite get is how you know E-C (the sixth you pointed out) is a minor 6th? What is the halfstep/wholestep formula for determining whether a sixth is a major or minor?"

    minor 6ths have...
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    I see Dmaj as the V of V, which is commonly used,...

    I see Dmaj as the V of V, which is commonly used, or you can also view it as coming from A melodic minor scale.
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    From Am-Cmaj-Dmaj-Fmaj, i would make the...

    From Am-Cmaj-Dmaj-Fmaj, i would make the prechorus Gmaj-Fmaj-E7, like Gmaj for 1 bar, Fmaj for one bar, and E7 for 2 bars. The E7 leads back to the Am (V7-i).
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