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Post nr: 883
Thread: [818]
Author: Patricio (Invite people now!) Posted: (5191 days ago) Previous in thread: 863 by pixie_shimmer
Subject: Learning the guitar

You australians and your especial playing ways :P
They are essentially open or barred chords that add a different note and... well, I don't know why they are called that way :P
Example:
D/F#
e 2
B 3
G 3
D 0
A X
E 2

It's the D, but you add one more string.

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Post nr: 884
Thread: [818]
Author: Patricio (Invite people now!) Posted: (5191 days ago) Previous in thread: 867 by Gooseberry
Subject: Learning the guitar

No, no, no... We have a problem here :P
An arpeggio, unless I'm wrong, is when you pick every note that forms a chord, while the previous one is still ringing. A chord is when you play at least 3 notes at the same time (although powerchords are considered chords but play only two :P ). The major chords are formed with the 1st, 3rd and 5th note of the scale.
I'm not sure what a pitzicato is, unless it's a way to play, like staccato.

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Post nr: 886
Thread: [818]
Author: Patricio (Invite people now!) Posted: (5191 days ago) Previous in thread: 874 by Gooseberry
Subject: Learning the guitar

Yeah, essentially. I also think that you can play the one that is before the / without playing the second and sounds good too.

 

Post nr: 895
Thread: [818]
Author: pixie_shimmer (The Best of Musmakers - nominate!) Posted: (5191 days ago) Previous in thread: 883 by Patricio
Subject: Learning the guitar

*pokes tongue*

I just play straight normal chordsish type things I think. I do not bother with stuff like that...Am lazy maybe ^__^

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Post nr: 896
Thread: [818]
Author: Patricio (Invite people now!) Posted: (5191 days ago) Previous in thread: 895 by pixie_shimmer
Subject: Learning the guitar

Deah. De Am isd dazy. *has his tongue poked*

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Post nr: 902
Thread: [818]
Author: pixie_shimmer (The Best of Musmakers - nominate!) Posted: (5191 days ago) Previous in thread: 896 by Patricio
Subject: Learning the guitar

O__O

*tries to translate and is lost*

*pulls your tongue* ha!

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Post nr: 906
Thread: [818]
Author: Patricio (Invite people now!) Posted: (5191 days ago) Previous in thread: 902 by pixie_shimmer
Subject: Learning the guitar

Yeah, the Am is lazy.

 

Post nr: 917
Thread: [818]
Author: pixie_shimmer (The Best of Musmakers - nominate!) Posted: (5191 days ago) Previous in thread: 884 by Patricio
Subject: Learning the guitar

ok i looked them up -

Pizzicato is a method of playing an orchestral string instrument. Instead of using the bow, the performer plucks the desired string with their finger. This produces a very different sound, short and rapid rather than sustained.

Arpeggio
The notes of a chord played in successsion to one another, rather than simultainously. A broken chord.

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Post nr: 918
Thread: [818]
Author: Patricio (Invite people now!) Posted: (5191 days ago) Previous in thread: 917 by pixie_shimmer
Subject: Learning the guitar

Ah, i get it. Pizzicato doesn't really apply to guitar, then.
And that's what I meant for arpeggio.

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Post nr: 922
Thread: [818]
Author: pixie_shimmer (The Best of Musmakers - nominate!) Posted: (5191 days ago) Previous in thread: 918 by Patricio
Subject: Learning the guitar

From what I gather, only things like violins and stuff. It didnt mention guitar in the definition ^__^

answers.com is good :-P

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Post nr: 924
Thread: [818]
Author: Patricio (Invite people now!) Posted: (5191 days ago) Previous in thread: 922 by pixie_shimmer
Subject: Learning the guitar

Yep.

I don't know it. I'll chec it.

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