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Posted by: Leokisomma, on Feb 22,2012, in category Music Styles
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Abstract: If you are hell-bent on becoming a metal guitarist, then there's every chance that you can become one, but of course you can't simple become one just by wishing to. This lesson will show you some of the common tricks of the trade of metal guitarists as well as some of the differences between different styles of metal, and how to work some of their tricks into your own playing.
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Posted by: TMVATDI, on Dec 05,2011, in category Music Styles
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Abstract: The "twelve bar blues" form explained in depth.
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Posted by: TMVATDI, on Nov 17,2011, in category Music Styles
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Abstract: In this series titled "guitar styles," I'll teach (obviously) different guitar styles. This series-within-the-series is about the blues. This lesson will teach you about the IV-V-I progression, its history, and proposed "blues scales."
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Posted by: antony.reynaert, on Jun 15,2010, in category Music Styles
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Abstract: Have you ever heard someone complain that the blues has no variation? "Its always the same 12 bars over and over?" Let me challenge you and state that the blues has as much variations as your imagination allows it to have.
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Posted by: josippesut, on Mar 07,2010, in category Music Styles
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Abstract: This article is about using the kickassiest of major modes, Phrygian mode, in metal rhythm.
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Posted by: josippesut, on Feb 19,2010, in category Music Styles
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Abstract: This article explains several things about note lenghts, and how to apply them into metal rhythm.
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Posted by: josippesut, on Feb 19,2010, in category Music Styles
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Abstract: This article is about how to play firm and heavy metal rhythm guitar riffs. By referring to 'metal', we immediately get associated to palm muting, kickass slow riffs with rests, fast picking and heavy-sounding chords, right?
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Posted by: josippesut, on Feb 19,2010, in category Music Styles
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Abstract: This article is basicly about chords you can use and implement in metal rhythms.