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Tabbed and notated a few more ideas with powertab. Having a bit of a grasp on reading notation would help, because thats what tells you the rythm of whats going on. Click the links to see the image of the tab and notation. And make sure to maximize the window when you open these, it tends to show them all scrunched if the window isnt maximized.
This is a sequence based on D minor pent, except with a raised 4th scale degree, hence a Minor Pent #4 sound: http://home.ripway.com/2004-6/124914...rp4pattern.jpg
This is a jazzy blues lick (in E) in open position. Also, its played with a swing/triplet feel. Take off any distortion for this one; it ends on a major6/9 chord: http://home.ripway.com/2004-6/124914...uesLickinE.jpg
This is an idea in C dorian and 7/8 time that involves octave jumps: http://home.ripway.com/2004-6/124914...ctavejumps.jpg
This is an exercise in E flat Lydian using quintuplets (groups of 5). Dont mind the 5/16 time signature, the program wont seem to let me write quintuplets: http://home.ripway.com/2004-6/124914...uintuplets.jpg
This is a wholetone tapping sequence, felt in triplets. The program also wont seem to allow me to write triplets, so nevermind the 6/8 time signature (although it technically works): http://home.ripway.com/2004-6/124914...apsequence.jpg
This is a wholetone idea using quintuplets (groups of 5) that i got from Zappa's "Shiek Yerbouti Tango". Dont mind the 5/16 time signature: http://home.ripway.com/2004-6/124914...uintuplets.jpg
This is that same idea, but the concept is reversed: http://home.ripway.com/2004-6/124914...tsreversed.jpg
Hope you try em [img]images/smilies/smile.gif[/img] Hope you like em [img]images/smilies/smile.gif[/img]
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[img]images/smilies/devilchilli.gif[/img] This is cool, bro.
I would have suggested you post each of these separetely and attach a sound file.
I know you don't get paid for doing this, but don't get upset if you don't get much feedback from this post, as it may be turning a few people off. You gotta make things simple and straighforward.
As Steve Vai
said it: We may be humans, but we're still animals. [img]images/smilies/icon_mrgreen.gif[/img]