MusicMetalHead
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Jan 1, 1992 (Age: 25)
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MusicMetalHead

P4, 25, from Alma Center

MusicMetalHead was last seen:
Apr 16, 2016
    1. Sofos
      Sofos
      ur from Alma Center?? I'm from BRF (live in GA now)
    2. MusicMetalHead
      MusicMetalHead
      Ha. i dunno. You're one of the like three people who almost always reply to a new post.
    3. Mr. Big Noodles
      Mr. Big Noodles
      I think you posted on the wrong visitor page. :lol:
    4. MusicMetalHead
    5. MusicMetalHead
      MusicMetalHead
      I have had a brief hiatus wherein I purchased a few guitar books so i will soon resume posting on a regular basis. Daily if I can.
    6. Mr. Big Noodles
      Mr. Big Noodles
      Well, the sixth edition has been out for a few years now, so I assume there will be a new edition in a year or so (textbooks tend to be revised every four years).
    7. Mr. Big Noodles
      Mr. Big Noodles
      I'm afraid you'll have to suck it up and buy it. My suggestion is to wait until the seventh edition comes out and snatch up a used sixth edition.
    8. MusicMetalHead
      MusicMetalHead
      Getting Internet Thursday!:mf666: Don't have to do this S%!t at school anymore. Get yelled at alot by teachers.
    9. Mr. Big Noodles
      Mr. Big Noodles
      I learned theory in community college, believe it or not. Hell, I'm still learning.

      I've found that writings on music theory online are, at worst, incomprehensible and incorrect, or at best, correct but lacking depth. If you want some sort of music theory reference, your only option is to pick up a few textbooks. My favorite is Kostka/Payne's Tonal Harmony, as that's the book that I learned out of. It goes a good way into chromaticism, and it teaches case-sensitive chord symbols (I ii iii IV V vi vii°, or i ii° III IV V VI vii° in minor, as opposed to I II III IV V VI VII [both major and minor keys] that authors like Walter Piston seem to favor).

      That's the basic stuff, but Kostka/Payne is by no means a complete reference. I don't think a big book of Western music theory exists. It's pretty much up to the musician to take the knowledge they've accumulated and formulate their own music based on their subjective ability to follow and discard the rules in their own way.
    10. Durero
      Durero
      just type the word code in square brackets, then your tab, then /code in square brackets.

      If it doesn't work then try quoting a post that has it and seeing how it works.
    11. MusicMetalHead
      MusicMetalHead
      Anyone know how to sift through the mega loads of lessons on this site to find a real gem without having to read forty billion different lessons before finding what you want?
    12. MusicMetalHead
      MusicMetalHead
      Giving lessons every Wednesday and I will post it every Thursday.
    13. MusicMetalHead
      MusicMetalHead
      Hey. I waz looking at some songs for church, and when I looked at the chords, I got confused. They had just a plain D chord. Would that be major, minor, or somthing else?
    14. MusicMetalHead
      MusicMetalHead
      Dudes! Posted one lesson, another coming up this afternoon. You should check it out. That means you adrian, you long legged SOB! HaHa. Also, I see I have alot of people who have complained about my comment on the dusk tiger. I think it is a great guitar, and just because people don't like gibson, does'nt mean you have to trash their guitar on the basis of they made it. It shows great progression towards modern guitars, and while it may look kinda cheesy and hasn't progressed much since their last hi tech guitar, it is still progress for the company, so back of. I still think it looks sick. Later!
    15. kornhenchman
      kornhenchman
      dude just like 2 weeks and i'll have a seven string man first check man hell yea its about damn time:hbang:
    16. MusicMetalHead
      MusicMetalHead
      Yeah, but it would still be a really cool project to do. And i think this is info that a lot of people would be really interested in.
    17. kornhenchman
      kornhenchman
      cuz you would be better off looking for a site that tells you how to convert songs done in a seven string into a six strings or we both could just get jobs and finally buy sevens
    18. MusicMetalHead
      MusicMetalHead
      Got a question for people viewing this. I am working on a math kinda thing for seven and six string guitars. You know how on a six string in standard tuning, if u hold down on fret five on string six it will sound the same as string five open? fret five string 5 same as string four open. What are the equivelants for a seven string? I am working on a possible way to convert songs played on a seven string guitar to a six string and this info would really help.
    19. MusicMetalHead
      MusicMetalHead
      That's okay. It's kinda nice.
    20. Empryrean
      Empryrean
      Will do. xD
      Sorry I just got used to calling people "sir" and "Ma'am" :lol:
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    Birthday:
    Jan 1, 1992 (Age: 25)
    Location:
    Alma Center
    Occupation:
    Ha! Right
    Primary Seven:
    Douglas
    Main Rig:
    Douglas
    Band:
    Distant Falls
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    Ibanez GRX40
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    For any p4 players out there check out my site: https://sites.google.com/site/p4guitar/
    Its kinda small yet, with only a handful of scales and chords, but lots of updates comin soon. :hbang: