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Cedric01

Member Since 25 Apr 2006
OFFLINE Last Active Aug 14 2013 12:49 AM
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In Topic: Fret buzzzzzzzzzing

20 July 2008 - 03:17 PM

Retighten the locknut and check again with your tuner while pushing down on the string.

In Topic: Do you cut your strings?

01 January 2008 - 06:16 PM

hermanli_ibanezshredder said:

Traditional metal looks huh?


I heard that dangly strings can detune. Is it true?



No. Not true.

In Topic: floyd rose tremolo or springs??? HELP!!!

22 December 2007 - 11:03 PM

What gauge are your guitar strings? How many springs are attached to the Floyd trem?

In Topic: is major scale enough ??

19 October 2007 - 07:36 PM

monk said:

There are 3 symmetrical scales.
Chromatic, Diminished & Whole Tone.

The Major, Harmonic Minor and Melodic Minor are asymmetrical as are the Major and Minor Pentatonic.

There is a great deal of misunderstanding about how scales relate to learning an instrument. Scales are primarily a device to train a beginner how to develop dexterity and how to locate the notes in each key. Ask anyone who has ever had piano lessons. They first learn the 5 finger pattern in C. Then they add the rest of the scale and learn to play Mary Had a Little Lamb orTwinkle,Twinkle Little Star.

Modern rock is predominantly a scalar music. You can learn to play a lot of rock with pentatonic & diatonic scales. But if you ever decide to move into other types of music, scales won't cut it. Neither will modes.

The information needed to improvise competently and intelligently is found in scales but is not the scale itself.

Regards,
Monk

Would you please clarify what types of music where scales are not needed?

In Topic: *weep* bye bye stickies...

14 October 2007 - 09:58 PM

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