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Thread: Licks īn Runs īn Riffs - Part III

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    Ibreathe Music Advisor EricV's Avatar
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    Thx, glad you like it. I love that lick and used to play it a lot when practising.
    And itīs good to be back =)
    Warm regards
    Eric

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    Hey , no fair , that Riff was lifted off a Cacophony Album.

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    Well, I said so in the post, didnīt I ?
    Eric

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    iBreatheMusic Modthor phantom's Avatar
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    hey eric, what speed is the concerto lick actually in?

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    Ibreathe Music Advisor EricV's Avatar
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    ABout 190 bpm for the dotted quarter note ( 12/8 time signature ), the lick is played in 8th notes. Actually, some of the rhythms in my transcription of this lick arenīt completely correct.
    AFAIK, thereīs a powertab of it somewhere out there which was pretty good... check www.powertabs.net
    Eric

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    Okay , that's a cool Paganinni Riff, Thanks Eric.

    Here's some George Lynch Riffing , dedicated to... this Forum
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    iBreatheMusic Modthor phantom's Avatar
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    since were speeding things up a bit here..
    there goes my next contribution. its my favorite wholetone lick with an E+ arp at the end. go for warp speed

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    Hey Phantom ,

    That was pritty wild , it would be great if that riff cycled up the fret board , into a REALLY long Riff.

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    Ibreathe Music Advisor EricV's Avatar
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    This is based on a pattern / shape / lick I heard Jason Becker do once... itīs some rather awkward left hand pattern, kinda like drawing triangles onto the fretboard...
    I took that pattern and moved it up a scale... good exercise, you might consider it an etude.
    Eric
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    Ibreathe Music Advisor EricV's Avatar
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    Dunno whether I have posted this before at one of the other LRNR-threads, so here goes:

    This is a string-skipping lick which is pretty much the same thing I play at the very beginning of the "Riders High" solo... in measure 2, tapped notes are added...
    Hope youīll like it
    Eric
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    Ibreathe Music Advisor EricV's Avatar
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    Finally, an excerpt from my newest tune, "Angel".
    This is one overdub in the solo-section... harmoinized sweeping.
    One guitarīs playing a G major arp, and then a C maj arp ( triad arps, with the top note being tapped ), while the other guitar plays a harmony...
    I tried not to double too accurately, cuz it rather widens ( fattens up ) the sound if the two guitars are played slightly different...
    Hope you dig that one... lemme know if you want a TAB.
    Eric
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    iBreatheMusic Modthor phantom's Avatar
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    hey spin, go ahead! the coolest thing with symmetrics is that you can cycle until u drop dead
    btw. i tried to hang my guitar up between my chest and my belly.. even a bit higher.
    i look like a dork right now but can shred like hell
    but then again.. i saw becker havin his git really high too.. maybe i should keep it that way until someone takes a picture..haha
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    Originally posted by phantom
    hey spin, go ahead! the coolest thing with symmetrics is that you can cycle until u drop dead

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    Thanks , that's what i have cigarettes for

    btw. i tried to hang my guitar up between my chest and my belly.. even a bit higher.
    i look like a dork right now but can shred like hell
    but then again.. i saw becker havin his git really high too.. maybe i should keep it that way until someone takes a picture..haha
    Yes. I know what you mean , i have that problem too.If i keep playing instrumental stuff, I'll look exactly like Paul McCartney ,in the early Beatles days, by next year.


    Nice Riffs by Eric V. , i especially like the second one , with the finger stretch , i would probably break my hand in half , if i tryed that.God Bless
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    iBreatheMusic Modthor phantom's Avatar
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    hey spin, if you like flashy stuff i'd like to know what you think about this http://www.chopsfromhell.com/guest_stichter2.html ?
    i'd post the pt file but i deleted it somehow.
    the tab looks more horrifying than it really is.

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    The description , sounds familiar to me,being as i call my own style of Metal, "Guitar Barf" , or" Science Fiction- Metal" when i'm writing with a "Meshugga" or "Fear Factory" influence.
    The idea is to only use Locrian , Dim7, harmonic minor, and any sick Atonal pattern

    This one seems to be a Tapped chromatic type pattern , i'm sure it sounds like, a computer Barfing out Data.

    I'll have to try that .
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