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This is pretty simple, I just think it sounds pretty sweet
I want to use it for an intro to a song I'm writing.
Tell me what you think! :)
I really like it. Just been playing it and I think it sounds like some what creepy, sort of like a tense scene you'd hear in a horror movie. Very cautious. Love it.
...although I should add I was playing pretty slow, I bet if it was fast it probebly would seem diferent. But it does seem like that.
Thanks, I actually thought the same thing and was planning on a slow version for the intro and a faster version for a riff or something later in the song
Go for it, I bet it'll sound great put together like that. It's a brilliant lick.
Instead of playing on the 7th fret on the G string, why not play on the 12th on the d string? Helps some people to understand it's in D major, or B minor. Depending on where you take it. Technically it should be B because you started with it, but it doesn't always work that way.
i like the suggestion Jazz
help an old newbie out, how do i read this? what do the numbers 9 and 12 etc. mean?
the numbers represent the fret for that string
great lick seems like it should have been done before
i pretty sure this is the intro for a rock song...played fast as can
i just cant remember which one
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