Now in my second month of guitarhood, I've built a solid theory knowledge, and some decent speed,now I want to start learning massive amounts of chord voicings in some keys.
I want to really focus on 5 keys.
I know that on guitar they don't matter as much but hey.
My biggest influeces are
Greg tribbett/Mudvayne (Heavy use of octaves/Drop C tuning, a lot of rhythmic ideas)
My love of complex and extended chords. Arpeggios. I known they use two guitarists.
I want to play in a band with me as the single guitarist. I use a very mixed harmony/melody style.
I'm thinking now
C major (goes well with drop c)
C minor (again, powerchords work up top, but with minor chord feel.
What are some other keys worth learning heavily in.
I'm thinking AGED keys are good, of course the relative minors I'll get familar with as well. What are the most useful minor keys of AGED major. I think it would be E minor and B minor right?
Thanks for any insights you guys have!