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Jan 5, 2012 | 3:17 AM EST
File Info
1.3 MB
34 sec
2.70 / 5.00

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

Rated 2.70 / 5 stars
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430 Plays | 22 Downloads
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Author Comments

I made this short solo a while ago as some sort of improvisation on a song called "Lamento Boliviano" by Enanitos Verdes (It's a mexican band)
Soo, I liked it, made a tab in Guitar Pro 6, and uploaded it here.
I know the quality is kind of weird, but it's a computer program. If I had the skills and equipment, I would have uploaded an actual recording of myself, but I don't.
Feel free to tell me what you think in the comment section.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Clean. Resemblance of cool jazz elements are here.

i say that because it doesn't quite go anywhere too far besides playing and having fun on a distorted (neck pickup?) pentatonic scale. The beginning is classic bending riffs-good use there. Little hint- for every minor key there is a relative major key and vice versa. This is E minor, yes? so relative major (aka something you could solo in for spurts that would add a metric ton of depth) would be G major. From minors, it's the 3rd scale degree that's relative major. For majors, it's the sixth scale degree that's minor: EG Cmajor's relative minor is Aminor. Aminor's relative major is Cmajor. Ramble ramble ramble...good work. keep it up. learn your scales. it's worth it.

Meflanim responds:

Wow, thanks. You're right, I don't really know much about scales since I haven't taken any real classes or anything and I was actually thinking about getting in one, but now I see it IS worth it. Thanks for the "little hint" ...No srcasm