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Re: suggestion for lessons

Post  Spoon on Fri Jul 03, 2009 8:39 pm

you wouldn't mind playing something a little harder? Hysteria by MUSE would be good as it is a very popular piece to play for GCSE coursework. So even though I do not do the course it will care for a fairly large amount of people

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Post  lokki on Fri Jul 03, 2009 11:27 pm

Sultans of swing!

Radar love

Twilight zone

papa was a rollin' stone

Dyer's eve

The unforgiven I,II and III

Rock it

Rock out

My genration

I could keep on going i think.

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Re: suggestion for lessons

Post  Freeze on Wed Jul 15, 2009 5:41 pm

Actually one suggestion I have for lessons is to include the tabs on Dmanlamius.com in the lesson tree or on the site somewhere for the video lessons you do. I love watching the videos and following along to learn the riffs and play a new song and try new things, and I often find myself trying to watch the video the first time through noting out a tab and then rewatching it, trying along to the video and have the tabs as sort of practice or by memory to get a feel for the rhythm in the song.

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Post  HipHeat on Wed Jul 15, 2009 9:20 pm

Freeze wrote:Actually one suggestion I have for lessons is to include the tabs on Dmanlamius.com in the lesson tree or on the site somewhere for the video lessons you do. I love watching the videos and following along to learn the riffs and play a new song and try new things, and I often find myself trying to watch the video the first time through noting out a tab and then rewatching it, trying along to the video and have the tabs as sort of practice or by memory to get a feel for the rhythm in the song.

I second this.

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Post  Dmanlamius on Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:45 pm

I'm up for this, definatly.

But my problem is that I don't really have the time to do it!

So, if anyone wants to tab the lesson for me, then go ahead. I'll then put that alongside the vid lesson at my main site, and will, of course make people aware that it was tabbed by you guys.

Smile

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Re: suggestion for lessons

Post  Guzco on Wed Jul 15, 2009 11:54 pm

Orion:

G---------11-----------9-----------9----------9-----------
D-----11------------7----7------9----9--------------------
A---9----------------------------------------7---7---------
E------------------------------------------------------------


G---------11-----------9-----------9-----------------------
D-----11------------7----7------9----9--------------------
A---9----------------------------------------7--------------
E------------------------------------------------------------




Beat It:

G------------11--8--8----10--8----------------------------------------
D---------8-----------------------11--11-------------------------------
A---6--9----------------------------------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------------------------------------

G------------11--8--8----10--8----------------------------------------
D---------8-----------------------11------------------------------------
A---6--9----------------------------------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------------------------------------

Under the Bridge:


G-6------4--------4---------------
D-4--2-2--2---------2--4-4-4-4--
A-------------4-2-------------------
E-------------------------------------

G-6------4--------4-----------------------
D-4--2-2--2---------2--4-4-4/6\4/6\4---
A-------------4-2--------------------------
E-------------------------------------------

/=Slide up
\= Slide down



I'll do some of the "One of my own" ones later.

Edit:

One of my Own #1

G------------------7-7------------------------------
D-------------7-------------------------------------
A--------7h9--------------0-5-0-6-0-7-0----------
E--5/7-------------------------------------5--------

/=slide up
h=hammer on

One of my Own #2
G---------------8----------------------------
D------------7----7-------------------------- (2x)
A---------------------0-5-6-7----------------
E--0-5-5/7--------------------0-5-----------

G---------------8----------------------------
D------------7----7--------------------------
A---------------------5-5-5-5-5-------------
E--0-5-5/7-----------------------------------

/=slide up

One of my Own #3
G-----8/9----X----------X--X-7h9----X---------
D-----7/8-----------------------------------------
A----------------7h9------------------------------
E-7-X------X----------X------------X-------------
...s..s.p/...s..p.s.......s..p..p.p....s....p............

/=slide up
X=mute
s=slap
p=pop

Hope that's right!


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Re: suggestion for lessons

Post  Freeze on Thu Jul 16, 2009 12:31 am

Stand By Me:

G:--------------------------------------
D:77--6-7-7-6-------------------------
A:---7----------99-7-99-9-7-9-55-9-7
E:--------------------------------------

Pretty sure this one is right. I like playing this song for some reason.

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Re: suggestion for lessons

Post  Fuzzy on Thu Jul 16, 2009 6:59 am

You were close Wink

Stand By Me:
Code:
G|----------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-7-7----6-7-7--6---------------------------------6-5-5----6-5-5-|
A|------7----------9-9--7-9-9--9-7-5-5--5-9-7-7--7--------7-------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------|

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Re: suggestion for lessons

Post  jesus-o on Tue Aug 25, 2009 12:45 pm

general lee wrote:What about some AC/DC, Rolling Stones, The Who ...
You know rock/hard rock...

no point doing an AC/DC bass line, most of them are just 1 simple note played over and over again, a Rolling Stones bass line sounds like fun Smile

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Post  Dylan hergs on Sun Oct 18, 2009 6:45 am

one better by les claypool
i'v got the tab and im trying to learn it but it be awesome if u did a lesson

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Re: suggestion for lessons

Post  Armo on Sun Dec 06, 2009 2:31 pm

well. I wish i'm writing in the right topic.

Could anyone post some jazz walking bass lessons?

i'm studying walking bass for six months. I know how to walk on easy songs like "Autumn Leaves" or "All of me" but once i've finished the whole chord progression for the second time i must stop because i lack of ideas.

the question is: how do you play the same chord progression for four or five times without playing the same notes?

Wink

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Post  SuperMaximo93 on Sun Dec 06, 2009 3:22 pm

Armo wrote:well. I wish i'm writing in the right topic.

Could anyone post some jazz walking bass lessons?

i'm studying walking bass for six months. I know how to walk on easy songs like "Autumn Leaves" or "All of me" but once i've finished the whole chord progression for the second time i must stop because i lack of ideas.

the question is: how do you play the same chord progression for four or five times without playing the same notes?

Wink
I was actually planning to do some video lessons! Very Happy Expect to see some in the very near future (within the next few days, maybe even today)

You don't need to change what notes you play, it's up to the treble instruments to keep interest with their solos. At jazz band, I usually play the same thing over and over, and it still sounds great Very Happy If it ain't broken, don't fix it. I will elaborate on things that you can do if you are getting a bit bored, though. Stay tuned! Smile

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Post  jacklampkin on Fri Mar 05, 2010 5:39 pm

Iwbo wrote:i would love to learn some great disco bass lines.
if some on has tabs, some vids or anything abut disco bass lines, let me know.

listen to good times by chic... awesome disco bassline, and there are plenty of youtube teachings on it!

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Re: suggestion for lessons

Post  akyra on Sat Mar 06, 2010 9:18 am

Yeah awesome song XD

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Post  lololiet on Sun Mar 14, 2010 5:19 pm

I would love to learn some songs by The Jam, would that be, in any way, shape or form, possible?
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Post  Some freaky guy on Wed Mar 24, 2010 2:53 pm

Will we ever see lessons of more of DMan's solo songs? I'd LOVE to see a lesson for "Down Here".
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Post  DavidM96 on Sun Apr 04, 2010 4:16 pm

Hey i have an idea (sorry if somebody already said it or if it already has been made) Well my idea is some lessons on different kinds of music. Like how you can tell the differences between kinds of music, how its traditionaly played, and maybe a riff to practice for each different genre.
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