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tomb 2003-07-19 06:28

But Ionian and Major is the same thing? And Minor and Aeolian is the same thing?

And, Iolian? What is that?

Dyldo 2003-07-19 14:23

Major and Iolian is not the same thing. Those are major and minor Pentitonic scales, very differnt.

Dissection 2003-07-20 16:28

Note to self: Get Better.

metalheadmark 2003-07-28 13:03

Hmm...Im a little confused about sweep picking.

Would this be an example of sweep picking?


-----------------3--------
---------------1----------
------------5-------------
-5-------6----------------
-------2-----------------
-----3--------------------


?

mrweijia 2003-07-28 15:22

yes, yes it is

metalheadmark 2003-07-28 16:16

Ok, cool

FearFrost 2003-08-07 20:46

Do you guys want me to post the tones, and semi tones for each type of scale, so you can build the scales?

Example:

Major scale:
1 - 1 - 1/2 - 1 - 1 - 1- 1/2
(1= tone, and 1/2= semi tone)

Bones98 2003-08-07 22:48

Does anyone know th correct tab to do the Appregio part of
Dying Fetus' "Kill Your Mother Rape Your Dog"

Dyldo 2003-08-10 19:19

Some dude posted it hear and when I played it, it sounded correct (to my memory). Make sure your in the right tunning too.

RAMBO 2003-08-17 17:22

Quote:
Originally posted by Darko
Major and Iolian is not the same thing. Those are major and minor Pentitonic scales, very differnt.


What is an Iolian scale and how is it?

Exodus666 2003-08-20 14:59

on sweeps:

I've seen some exercices on the net, i'm learning them (but i'm not very good and I hardly play for 2 years, not even)

I understand sweeping and stuff...
But does anyone has a video of the left/right hand while sweeping slow and fast?

this would really help alot...

Freezer666 2003-08-21 08:05

Quote:
Originally posted by Exodus666
on sweeps:

I've seen some exercices on the net, i'm learning them (but i'm not very good and I hardly play for 2 years, not even)

I understand sweeping and stuff...
But does anyone has a video of the left/right hand while sweeping slow and fast?

this would really help alot...


ultimateguitarpage.com

powersofterror 2003-09-05 10:22

I saw this on a t.v. lesson show once...
lefthand 1stfinger on 5, 3rd on 7, and righthand index on 10, righthand 2nd on 9
(use same fingering all the way through)

|-----------------------------------------10h12h14--|
|-------------------------------10h12h15------------|
|------------------------7h9h11---------------------|
|----------------7h9h12-----------------------------|
|---------5h7h9-------------------------------------|
|-5h7h10--------------------------------------------|


|-p12p10-----------------------------------------------------------|
|--------h12h15p12p10----------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------h9h11p9p7----------------------------------|
|----------------------------------h9h12p9p7-----------------------|
|----------------------------------------------h7h9p7p5------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------h7h10p7p5-|

this is good for all scales.

Exodus666 2003-09-08 07:21

Different stroke possibilities at sweeping
 
Ok... I've been through some exercices but I see different possibilities...
Which one is the best?
For example:

---------12h15-12--------------12h15-12-------------------
-----13--------------13-----13--------------13--------------
-12----------------------12-----------------------12---------
-----------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------------------
(hammer on the 15 and upstroke the 12 - 13)


OR:

---------12-15p12--------------12-15p12-------------------
-----13--------------13-----13--------------13--------------
-12----------------------12-----------------------12---------
-----------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------------------
(upstroke the 15, pull off to 12 and upstroke 13)

It looks like the first option is a bit faster but a bit harder too (timing and so)
But hey I'm just a sweep beginner :rolleyes:

thanks

Slaughthammer 2003-09-08 07:33

here, i got one wich is good for practicing.... but the basics of sweeping should already be learned...

|-------3h7/10p7--------|----------8h12/15p12-------------|
|------3--------8-------|---------8----------13-----------|
|-----4----------7------|--------9-------------12---------|
|----5------------9-----|------10----------------14-------|
|---5--------------10p5-|----10--------------------15p10--|
|3h7-------------------7|8h12---------------------------12|



|-------------10h14/17p14--------------|-------------15h19/22p19----------------|
|-----------10-----------15------------|-----------15-----------20--------------|
|---------11----------------14---------|---------16---------------19------------|
|-------12--------------------16-------|-------17-------------------21----------|
|-----12------------------------17p12--|-----17-----------------------22p17-----|
|10h14-------------------------------14|15h19------------------------------19\p3|

Dyldo 2003-09-08 09:27

Re: Different stroke possibilities at sweeping
 
Quote:
Originally posted by Exodus666
but hey im just a beginner


Most beginners should start off wit ha full 5 or 6 string sweep to learn because alot of them have those patterns in them that you posted.

Exodus666 2003-09-11 03:31

Lol Darko, are you serious?:D

But still, the highest 3 strings are the same in 6 string sweeps, so that still doesn't solve my problem...

Which way of picking the highest string is the best?

Thanks...

Slaughthammer 2003-09-11 07:41


|----12h15p12------12h15p12
|--13--------13--13--------
|12------------12----------

i think this is the best way to pick a sweep

Dyldo 2003-09-11 17:03

That didnt explain anything Sluaghthammer.

metal=life 2003-09-30 11:30

Quote:
Originally posted by Darko
Sweeps are arpreggos, meaning 3 root notes in a chord. So take your favorite chord and make a sweep out of it using the arpreggo.


I heard sweeps and arpeggios were different because you can sweep anything, even an arpeggio, but an arpeggio was a chord.


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