y whats wrong with a double locking floyd rose....i know abt the wierd nut and all...but is it dificult to tune??
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saurabh, the bridge gets adjusted to a particular tuning.
For instance if you tuned to standard pitch, and in the middle of the show u want to detune, the bridge falls low, which makes the string directly rest on the fretboard, making the guitar unplayable.
Also It is not difficult to tune first time, but to change strings u have to be carefull to do it one by one.
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I guess not :P .. U cleard mE man ! ..
yes I think they missed the point.....Iknow the circle of fifths also called the "circle of fourths" i don't know how to draw on my PC! but this might help
Transposing means changing a song's key the circle diagram helps a lot.....For instance if you find a song in Eflat or Dflat you can change it to a more guitar friendly key(C, G, D, E, etc.)by looking at the distance on the circle between the given key and your key. For example....original song say.....Eflat,key ,chords are ,say Aflat, Cmin, Bflat etc. your tune or voice is Cmaj when you look at the diagram Cmaj is 3 counter-clockwise steps away from Eflat on the circle. so to transpose from Eflat to Cmaj you move every chord in the tune 3 counter-clockwise steps.Aflat becomes Fmaj, Cmin becomes Amin,Bflat becomes Gmaj. etc.
I know its hard to explain without the circles of fifths, but if you can get your hands on one its usefull I'll post more on circle of fifths progession hope this helps.
hope that helps.......... play on.......
I was talking about LEARNING the song in the original key,
and then when playing it, if the singer wants to transpose to a lower key, you are going to be in a fix if u learnt the song using open string chords. That was the main topic
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ur tip was supposed to be about transposing..everyones confused reading the topic actually..Originally Posted by Bandbaaja
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did you all know that hotel cal. was originally wrltten in the key of E minor ..... but was later recorded in the key of B minor. Which is a perfect 5th higher..... thats why there is little dissagrement with players...... most guitarist i 've known played in B min...& E min without a capo including myself even with some of the chords I had problems with finding .....but I experimented on it and can play it today.
yes.. also done henley had suggesting playing it in Em and speeding up the tape to Bm.. as he couldnt sing Em.. and joe walsh didint agree to that.. so they ended up using the capo..
not all parts need the capo. only the arpeggio. the leads do that. which is why in the live version (not the wussy new acoustic one but the older classic) don felder uses a double necked guitar.. with the 12 string neck capoed at the 7th fret.. and he plays lead on the un-capoed 6 string. joe walsh dont use capo too.
in the wuss version, both of them played uncapoed parts.. glenn frey might have played the arps.. or it came from pro tools backup track or a backstage support musician played it.
Thanx Jay for telling us about capo. I had listen this word in world of guitar many times but have seen this thing 1st time.
Thanx 1ce again
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ok i have a couple of questions about this...
"Not Dm today, my voice is ****ed, lets do it C#m (1/2 ket lower)" hmm...ive never really thought about this...but whats the "theory" behind makin a sharp into a minor...like i dunno how to explain...but u take C# and them make it into a minor...so wont that cancel something out? :S...
"song is in E. if u play regular open E, it doesnt sound the same.
So u gotta capo the 4th fret and play E in C position."
ok...to me...that means...song was written in scale of E......and bout the capo...well that seems kinda tricky to realize what fret to cappo on....and finally....what do u mean play E in C poisiton?....play the E chord in C position? huh?...that doesnt make any sense...or vice versa...still no sense lol