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Thread: Strictly Larger Intervals

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    I played along with the track today. I've got to work a bit more on the intervals issue.

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    Try the sliding and the string skipping, should widen the intervals some.

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    I gave it a shot with a couple of string skipping ideas joined up with the usual pent noodling... Quite enjoyed this return from a break!
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    I like that! Great tone Ashmeister! some nice wide intervallericary going on there.

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    Thanks Russ, too kind as always. I tried to do the melody thing, according to my new year resolution, but I couldn't resist using my one string skipping repeating lick in the middle

    I was thinking about the psychology of posting... For me, It's always good to have a go at these with the clear intention of posting something up for public derision. It creates an imperative that prevents my efforts desolving into aimlessly noodling a few times with loads of goofs and then moving onto the next thing. Sorry, rambling, just wanted to mention that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashc
    Thanks Russ, too kind as always. I tried to do the melody thing, according to my new year resolution, but I couldn't resist using my one string skipping repeating lick in the middle

    I was thinking about the psychology of posting... For me, It's always good to have a go at these with the clear intention of posting something up for public derision. It creates an imperative that prevents my efforts desolving into aimlessly noodling a few times with loads of goofs and then moving onto the next thing. Sorry, rambling, just wanted to mention that.

    I agree. Going to listen this afternoon. Maybe I'll have a go myself then.

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    Overall, very good. And I especially enjoy the Dorian atmosphere. Let's see if I dare have a go tonight - with the two strings.

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    My psychology on posting is more like an obsession...I have to post something, but I DON'T KNOW WHY

    A_J, go for it! But don't you play a PRS custom? You should know it is actually an international offence to leave such an instrument with only two strings.

    You could get arrested merely for thinking it.

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    You can't string skip with only two strings either

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    Got to be creative about the sliding then. Or; extreme de luxe ultra bends. Got to buy new strings soon anyway. Heh.

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    Just finally got round to getting to listening to these.

    UKRuss, your takes are spot on. I love the second wah one. Wah is a technique I'm not too good with so it's refreshing to hear someone doing it justice.

    ashc, I agree with Russ, excellent tone. Your big interval licks are really cool too, and fit well in with the style of the backing.

    All in all, it's cool and the gang.

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