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Improv.: E-B-C#m progression

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Sep 12, 2009 | 2:33 PM EDT
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1 min 47 sec
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4.28 / 5.00

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Author Comments

I made this chord progression on my guitar and I thought I'd improvise a lead line over the top of it.

The chords are played on the neck pickup of my telecaster, whereas the lead line is played with both the neck and the bridge pickup, giving it slightly more of a clear edge over the chords whilst still maintaining the soft, rounded tone.

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dynamizerdynamizer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

simple and relaxing

why cant most guitar songs be like this?
it sounds alot fresher with just a slow clean
melody like this. good work


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eewawoowa responds:

Thank you very much, I'm glad you like it :)

Most guitar songs aren't like this because the guitar as an instrument is able to do SO much more. My guitar in particular (Fender Lite Ash Telecaster, seen on my CD icon and profile photo) is able to play in any style you'd care to mention and just sound like it belongs, as it has one pickup that gives a sharp, clean sound, and another that gives a thicker, blunter kind of sound. These can each be used on their own or combined to give any sound you want, and the master tone control adds another dimension to the sound to further diversify.

Check back soon for more, I'm planning to cover as many genres as I can mainly to prove not only my own genre diversity but also my instrument's.


TancrisismTancrisism

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like it a lot man

Pretty cool and relaxed. It's very nice to hear a fellow guitarist on Newgrounds. Hope you keep submitting tunes.


eewawoowa responds:

I'm glad you like it :)

There's more to come soon, the next one to go into the works will be a blues track.