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Auyard 2007-08-08 15:34

Grotesque Impalement scale
 
since there is no tab for the solo to Grotesque Impalement by Dying Fetus i want to 'make up' my own. if i take any scale and put it so that the root note is C# will i be able to get a sound close to the song or what should i do as far as the scale goes to try and make my own?

i was going to post a video but for some reason none of the live ones on youtube have the solo. i'm pretty sure there was one a while back that had the solo but it's not there now

Unanything 2007-08-09 12:56

Learn it! Tab it yourself!

Auyard 2007-08-09 17:02

i'm gonna attempt to. i'm under the impression all solos were based on scales so i was hoping someone could suggest a scale or something so that i could make the attempt or can any random scale i pick work?

JOAMdude 2007-08-09 17:33

note by note.
don't rely on scales.
they are rubbish

Auyard 2007-08-09 20:02

if you say so. just don't expect any results (within the year anyway)

JOAMdude 2007-08-09 23:07

here's what you do.
play it so you hear one note. write that note down.
repeat until you've got the entire solo.
some notes are harder to figure out.
just make sure you've got your guitar to test it out to chekc out similarities

Mortal_Lament 2007-08-09 23:25

iunno man, scale would be a pretty decent idea to get started. Just kinda shred on that one scale in a similar pattern to the song, then tweek it. Totally faster. Sadly though i dont know which scale, i'm guessing some diminished or augmented C# root.

Auyard 2007-08-10 08:18

Quote:
Originally Posted by JOAMdude
here's what you do.
play it so you hear one note. write that note down.
repeat until you've got the entire solo.
some notes are harder to figure out.
just make sure you've got your guitar to test it out to chekc out similarities


the only problem is i can't always identify a note by hearing it. but might as well try it anyway

Skwisgaar298 2007-08-10 13:11

Quote:
Originally Posted by Auyard
the only problem is i can't always identify a note by hearing it. but might as well try it anyway

It's never too late to start your ear training. :)

Unanything 2007-08-11 11:46

Quote:
Originally Posted by JOAMdude
here's what you do.
play it so you hear one note. write that note down.
repeat until you've got the entire solo.
some notes are harder to figure out.
just make sure you've got your guitar to test it out to chekc out similarities


Yeah, I did a couple of Meshuggah solos like that. I did a few sections from I like that too.

Using scales might help, listen for any particularly scale-y bits. I suppose it's helps though if you know the scales kinda to ear as well.

lost_scott 2007-08-17 09:18

try to use BestPractice. It can slow down the song at the same pitch so you can tab the solo note by note.

You can also remove the vocal in the song. Try with Master Of Puppets

hope it helps :flame:
http://www.xs4all.nl/~mp2004/bp/


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