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Arpegio Study no2-backingtrack

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For the second part of the "Guitar Challenge" i post here the backing track of my "Arpegio Study no2"
This version is slightly changed than original, i put a bar of metronome and rhythm on first bars for making playing in tempo easier, also i made the solo line with a synth to play along.
Download, record and post on your pages (giving credit for the backing track), generally speaking HAVE FUN !! you might get lucky and make front page like Bad Man Inc. made with his version of the first "Arpegio Study"

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I love the beginning arpeggio!

This truly is addicting to listen to. That beginning Em arpeggio is so cool. Is this using Phyrigian Dominant?

sorohanro responds:

Thanks for the very nice review.
Actually, from what I consider, all there is E minor harmonic combined with some minor natural. There is a newer version of this and also music sheet available if you're interested.

why people think this is bond:

The chronological chord-progression with the dissonants, the powerchord main riff in the song, is actually the same as in the most known james-bond tunes.

Plus, the synthesizer got a real spy-feel all around it...

Other than that, great submission! enjoyed it.

sorohanro responds:

He he ... Thanx for review, you should check the guitar challenge in the forum ;)

Definitely Bond

I definitely see James Bond, sneaking around a warehouse full of guards and then shooting up the place with a hot babe at his side. ^_~ nice job!

sorohanro responds:

I see a James Bond shooting power chords from a guitar ... with a hot babe at his side :))
Thanx for review.


This would make a wickid Bond song.

sorohanro responds:

:)) everybody think on Bond on my track ... wonder why ...
Thanx for review

Yep, I know I made a review on the study itself..

But I wanted to review on the backing track. So far from what I've noticed is that a neo-classical metal style works nicley with this. Especially since E Harmonic minor seems to cut through nicely on the chords that you used. Not sure if thats the scale you used, but it works real nicely with this.

sorohanro responds:

he he ... thanx
E Harmonic works well also for me, but keeping in mind hat i'm a jazz fan, would work as well F minor from time to time :p

Credits & Info


4.93 / 5.00

Jul 29, 2008
5:41 PM EDT
Heavy Metal
File Info
1.1 MB
1 min 15 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.