How do you like the Dim lick I came up with?

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  1. rotren

    rotren Member

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    What do you think?

    Diminished Scale Lick

    Not super easy to play for me, but I reuse parts of this lick quite often. Just shorter lines that my fingers can handle without fumbling.
     
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    I like it too- Thanx for sharin'!
     
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    Awesome lick, I'll definitely look into it when I get the chance.
     
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    nice. ultra professional web presentation, who does your web site work, wow, thanks
     
  6. rotren

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    Thanks guys! There's a lot of interesting lines that can be had out of the diminished scale. I got the idea for this one after listening to Scott Kinsey's album "Kinesthetics".

    The web and video work - all done by myself. I am a full-time professional web designer and new media guy as well. Glad you liked it! I used my brand new Macbook Pro to make this video, my first project in the world of Mac's, and I'm loving this thing.
     
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    Very nice playing and info at your site! :AOK
     
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    Nice lick, but the link to the guitar pro file was bjorked just a couple of minutes ago.


    Jim
     
  9. lifeinsong

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    Very cool lick Robert...try playing it over an F#7sus4(open e & b strings)

    I'm sure there a bunch of interesting chords it'll work with, but I dig the tonality that it gets with the F#7sus4.
     
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    Very cool lick indeed! Also, Congrats and welcome to the world of Mac! I love my MacBook Pro and my other four Mac's.
     
  11. rotren

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    Thanks guys! I just tried the GP5 link and it worked for me. What does "bjorked" mean?

    I am extremely happy with this MacBook Pro by the way!
     
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    Nice lick...useful over a bunch of chords.
     
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    I would like it a lot more if I had the money to buy guitarpro...

    stuck with powertab and luving it...
     
  15. rotren

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    You can download a trial version of Guitar Pro. I used PowerTab earlier, but I got so frustrated with bugs and issues that I completely switched to Guitar Pro.
     
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    My fault! My firewall was blocking the site. I was able to download the file. Great lick. I love these diminished sounds!

    Jim
     

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