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Thread: Licks n Runs n Riffs - Part III

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    Very cool ideas guys!!!!

    Jason as always awesome stuff !!!! Thanks.

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    did you get the kotzen jam thing on page 6
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    The Kotzen thing was awsome , very inspiring , even though he 'snot in Poison , he's still a good guitar player ..
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    Duuuude..........
    Uh....that's harsh man.....uh...don't know if you needed to tell the whole world though.....

    And now we bring you back to Puget Sound Weather....

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    All kidding aside Kotzen is a great guitar player , i was checking out the power tab for the "Kotzen blues jam" posted , and i knoticed it has some good blues scale patterns , here's the one i know as it corresponds to the A minor Pentatonic Box...
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    In regards to the Kotzen "Playing Style" Power Tab , on this thread, is seems Dmaj7 arps ,work well over E9 , and A9 .

    This is a good Dmaj7 arp pattern , that seems to work on the progression.
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    Hey Spin 2513 ! why you dont make a "Kotzen Jam" on powertab with these arps?????? and of course with your own style too !!

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    I'll give that a try , the progression is only E9, A9, E9 ,B9, A9,
    There are many choices of tonalitys .

    One thing i knoticed is Jason , and some other players do wide stretches , for pentatonics . Where as i don't do stretches ,or Tapping, i sweep pick ,and slide notes ,instead. So, imeadiately , i'm thinking of using a different patterns than the ones transcribed.

    I do something short on that , i'm off tomorrow, i've got to change the Alternater on my car , then , i'll work on some cool , Maj 7 minor7, dominant 7 and 9 Arps , to play on that , little blues.
    Hopefully i won't electrocute my self ,as i almost did once , not realizing a car battery packs 80 Amps! I was thinking it was like House current , which is 10 or 15 amps , it's okay i'm warry . ,.

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    Here's that little jam , i was working on .

    I erased the tab and used the rhythm track ,from the previous post . Those Tabs Jayson was posting were a real kick in the a-

    check it out , tell me what you think ...
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    Hey Spin !! Very cool man !!! i like it .

    Really cool ideas on your Kotzen Jam. I like the sweeps "a la Gambale", great !!
    Thanks friend.

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    The fast bit is sweeping right Spin? heh... I can't sweep
    Could you be there?
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    who waits for you...
    Or are you Unforgiven II?

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    Hey Spin Nice job on the kotzen thing the licks are great but your note values are wrong but good job.Jason

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    Hey that's great man!
    I'm curious - is this just a powertab thing or can you actually play this? I would love to hear it!
    Man.....I'm overwhelmed by how stuff I have to learn / practice! There's not enough time.....maybe if I cut my sleep time down to 2 hours a night instead of 4......

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    Thanks alot guys ,

    I have alot to learn about Power Tab ,but i guss i'll figure it out , as far as editing, and note values go.

    .Russ said :I'm curious - is this just a powertab thing or can you actually play this? I would love to hear it!

    With power Tab , i'm looking at it like overdubbing . So, i wrote the riffs at that speed , and can play them, and they are actually simple patterns for sweep picking , in the way of which they fall on the fretboard.

    When it comes to playing the Riffs all in a row , i would break it up a little more , as far as phrasing goes , in a live improv.

    I really liked the one scale in Jason's "Kotzen Style" Power Tab
    , and how it worked over the A9 chord.
    This is the Pattern and how it compares to an A Mixolydian pattern ,on the 12th fret. It's a good "Turn around " riff
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    Right on.
    Hey you know, sometimes, communicating in this way, (written word only), I kinda worry about how the "tone" of something I write will be felt / taken...
    Meaning: When I wrote something like, "I'm curious - can you play this?", I hope you know I wasn't "challenging" you or anything like that....not even a little bit....hehe...
    I just thought that I'd really dig hearing an mp3 or something of that being played....

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