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Postby BOUKINATOR » Sat Oct 27, 2007 2:23 pm

is the pre-jam chord progression right here?... works for me until the Ab & B... sounds more like fm F# G to me... ???
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Postby Laytonco » Sat Oct 27, 2007 2:32 pm

Sorry, no help here. I'd like to know too. I end up just walking up the E string open, 1st, 2nd and that gets me by but it's not right.

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Postby strumminsix » Sat Oct 27, 2007 4:25 pm

How much of a profit? 3.50? oh you Loch Ness Monster...


Here is what I play:

|F A |Bm Dm |
|Am Cm |Gm Bbm |
|Fm Abm Bb|
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Postby Pete B. » Sat Oct 27, 2007 5:04 pm

For that last line (Fm>Abm>Bb) I've been using a voicing for the Abm that is basically a C# (like a basic D barre chord at the 5th fret, but at the 4th fret).
This way you can have a 3 note ascending bass line on the 5th string.

Fm chord at first fret with root on string 5, fret 3.
C# chord at the 4th fret with the root on string 5, fret 4.
Play the Bb with your index finger covering strings 2,3,4 at the 3rd fret, play the root on the 5th string, 5th fret.
I basically play each chord in groups of two strings, strings 5&4, 4&3, 3&2, in an ascending arpegio manner with the Envelope filter on (I slide up one more position for the last beat of the Bb).

Land on the G for the next segment.

[disclaimer: This is not a "copy exactly". Just the way i've been playing it lately].
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Postby Laytonco » Sun Oct 28, 2007 11:45 am

Thanks gents. I'm heading down to the studio to give this a whirl. If I find anything else inspirational, I'll share it.

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Postby spilly » Mon Oct 29, 2007 11:51 pm

I like to do it like this:
after the chorus you play Dm to E a few times. both barred
you accent the Dm with C and the E with A (on the B string)

then

Dm again but instead of you play F to A with you open Cmajor voicings.

then it goes to the double arrpegios, but you can voice both guitar parts easily at the same time
the actual chord progression is
Bm Dm Am Cm Gm Bbm Fm Db Ddim7 bach the chorus (G)

the double voicings go as such (starting after F to A)
Bm Dm Am Cm Gm Bbm
E-----7-10-------5-8-------3-6--
B---7-7-10-----5-5-8-----3-3-6--
G-7-7--------5-5-------3-3------
D-9----------7---------5--------
A-------------------------------
e-------------------------------

Fm Db Ddim7
E-----------------1-1-1-
B-----1---2-2-2---0-0-0-
G---1-----1-1-1---1-1-1-
D-3-------3-3-3-0-------
A-------4---------------
e-------------------------

back to chorus.

after the arrpegios I usually stum slightly on the five chord ie.

E-----7-10--10-10-10-
B---7-7-10--10-10-10-
G-7-7-------7--7--7--
D-9---------7--7--7--
A--------------------
e--------------------
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Postby shakedown_04092 » Tue Oct 30, 2007 7:52 am

Is this right Spilly? Sorry, just wanted to get the chords above the notes.

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the double voicings go as such (starting after F to A)

  Bm  Dm     Am  Cm    Gm  Bbm
E-----7-10-------5-8-------3-6--
B---7-7-10-----5-5-8-----3-3-6--
G-7-7--------5-5-------3-3------
D-9----------7---------5--------
A-------------------------------
e-------------------------------

  Fm    Db        Ddim7
E-----------------1-1-1-
B-----1---2-2-2---0-0-0-
G---1-----1-1-1---1-1-1-
D-3-------3-3-3-0-------
A-------4---------------
e-------------------------

back to chorus.

after the arrpegios I usually stum slightly on the five chord ie.

  Bm  Dm    Dm 
E-----7-10--10-10-10-
B---7-7-10--10-10-10-
G-7-7-------7--7--7--
D-9---------7--7--7--
A--------------------
e--------------------
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Postby spilly » Tue Oct 30, 2007 3:58 pm

yep, you got it
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Postby Laytonco » Sat Nov 03, 2007 10:15 am

Spilly, thanks for the double arpegs. I cant wait to try these out with out aginst the lead.
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Postby strumminsix » Sat Nov 03, 2007 10:50 am

Spilly! Hot damn love them arpeggios!
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Postby Billbbill » Fri May 09, 2008 3:47 am

My take on the bridge notes, although I don't think I've really made a study of this. Ear all the way.



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--F------A-------Bm----Dm

E|---------------------10--------------------
B|-------------------7----10p8----10-8p6-----
G|-------------2---7-----------10--------7---
D|-----------2---9---------------------------
A|---0-3-0-4---------------------------------
E|-1-----------------------------------------

---Am----Cm-------------Gm----Bbm

E|-------8---------------------6-
B|-----5---8p6---8-6p4-------3---
G|---5---------8-------5---3-----
D|-7---------------------5-------
A|-------------------------------
E|-------------------------------


-----------------Fm-Fm#5------Fm6

E|-------------------------------------
B|-6p4---6-4p2-------1---2---2---3---3-
G|-----6-------3---1---1---1---1---1---
D|---------------3---------------------
A|-------------------------------------
E|-------------------------------------
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