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Old 2006-01-26, 13:45
baptized_in_blood baptized_in_blood is offline
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i haev no idea.

can anyone tell me what kinda of sweep/scales/arppegios bands like these use? and if so, where can i find examples of these?
li'm talking about the sweet runs.. i cant describe it.

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Psyopus - www.myspace.com/psyopus

Cloacal kiss - www.myspace.com/cloacal kiss


or even old Dillinger Escape Plan.

thanks a bunch
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Old 2006-01-26, 14:11
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Minor, and harmonic minor 99.9% of the time.
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Old 2006-01-26, 14:51
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scales

there are 4 primary scales used in extreme metal, straight minor,minor harmonic, minor melodic ,and most importantly chromatic. the first 3 are fairly similar and can be found easily on the web, the chromatic is simply every note on the board. if youre looking for these and other cool scales check the scale/arpeggio finder at activeguitar.com
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Minor, and harmonic minor 99.9% of the time.


baptizedinblood - if you werent aware, diminished arpeggios can come from the harmonic minor scale.
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Old 2006-01-27, 18:08
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there are 4 primary scales used in extreme metal, straight minor,minor harmonic, minor melodic ,and most importantly chromatic. the first 3 are fairly similar and can be found easily on the web, the chromatic is simply every note on the board. if youre looking for these and other cool scales check the scale/arpeggio finder at activeguitar.com



woah this site is pretty sweet. thanks
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