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Asked by Manny Elisea on 2002-05-26
If you and a friend make up some chords that come together nicely, how do you then proseed and make up a lead part to go with it. I know it has something to do with scales, but I want to know exactly how. Thank you.
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Answer posted by Kevin~ on 2003-04-03
Hey its my moms pc addy, im not a disney character! SO glad to here u r working to put things together I am also working to put things together but to many distractions amonst my fellows I try to look past the tidbits and just have a good time. I think you should do the same dont stress about finding that presice scale or riff, not yet anyways, work on the compounds of keeping the flow intertwining so that the chords dont have a ruff edge. By doing that it makes it alot easier to stack scales; creating a great riff Play and have funn >>>Hope I was of some help felo gweetr player Kevin

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