Some good 7 String songs to learn?

Discussion in 'Music Theory, Lessons & Techniques' started by Karl Hungus, Oct 18, 2005.

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  1. Nik

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    Does he play his 7s anymore at all?

    I don't think he's touched a Universe for years now...
     
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    i have fun playing some of the stuff off Tool's Lateralus album on my 7. also, Type O Negative, which is actually played on 6's detuned to B.
     
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    It's always fun tuning to baritone with the extra high string....crazy train has never been so good.
     
  5. if your still checking out this thread man, Dying Soul by Dream Theater. The last 44 measures, are this cool section that I like to warm up with. Go download the Guitar Pro 4 version of it, and you'll be set.
     
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    right on dude, you should post a link of your playing for all of us to hear.
     
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    You do realize that none of us on here are stupid, right? :lol:
     
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    we must be connected by fate or something.
     
  10. ok, I'm confused... and like I said in the amp thread, will post a mp3 when I get my amp.

    It really is, a nice warmup. Start at it about half speed, work your way up. Nice hand movements, gets your fingers going and loose. I really don't get what's up with this forum and speed. Like speeds fun, and it's cool, but it's not like a godly hard thing to master. I find structures and 1/2 paced, but much more technical and strange fingerings to be harder, but often times less fulfilling. The other parts in teh song are a lot more challenging and I can't get them down. To strange for that speed.

    Anywhere, here's the linkage to the tab:
    http://www.mysongbook.com/files/d/dream/Dream Theater - This Dying Soul (2).gp4
     
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    Chris metalguitarist.org Forum MVP

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    Dude, when you say that at your age, you can sweep 20 notes per second, people are going to want to hear that.
     
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    Well, um, Chris, coke gets a little pricey... :scratch:

    :fawk:
     
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    I was quoting him, you lush. Stop posting after your weekend benders. :fawk: :drew:
     
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    Same here...well, my friend showed me a video of them playing it live in Japan and I was just in awe.
     
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