Guitar Messages by Rick Payman

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  1. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 98 Hits · 12/8/2009 1:45 PM
    Been quiet round here today; thanks for the rating anyhow.
  2. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 36 Hits · 12/7/2009 4:41 PM
    On the subject of "movable" chord shapes: <a href="/cgi-bin/page_view.pl?l=4446&amp;p=1&amp;a=0">Transposable Chords</a>.
  3. Rick Payman (10061)
    Artists Forum · 92 Hits · 4/11/2009 8:11 PM
    The classical guitarist John Williams has just launched a new site; <a href="http://www.johnwilliamsguitarnotes.com/">http://www.johnwilliamsguitarnotes.com/</a> <blockquote>"The internet makes it possible for me to make available transcription...(more)
  4. Rick Payman (10061)
    Equipment Forum · 83 Hits · 10/15/2008 1:50 PM
    It sounds quite likely that you may have the "live" (tip) and "ground" (sleeve) connections to the output jack reversed. It is a common misconception that a reduction of hum when the strings etc. are touched, is due to the guitar being "grounde...(more)
  5. Rick Payman (10061)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 67 Hits · 5/28/2008 7:08 PM
    Thanks Chris. Yes, Susan passed away a little over 3 years ago now. This <a href="/fretbuzz/fbmsg.asp?i=361045&amp;n=Miscellaneous&amp;t=9&amp;th=361045#361045">short post</a> serves as a reminder of our 3 friends lost. Regards, Rick.
  6. Rick Payman (10061)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 42 Hits · 5/26/2008 4:20 PM
    One more for the memorial list: Susan Windle
  7. Rick Payman (10061)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 63 Hits · 4/24/2008 7:30 AM
    These players would probably display the same lack of melody at whatever speed, in other words, musicality is independent of speed. On the other hand, it becomes more difficult to discern (even good) melody played at high speed, so our ears may ...(more)
  8. Rick Payman (10061)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 36 Hits · 4/21/2008 4:03 PM
    Truly Fabulous.
  9. Rick Payman (10061)
    WholeNote Forum · 61 Hits · 4/14/2008 7:00 PM
    I just noticed this today on logging in : My <b>lessons</b> have been seen <b>1001066 times</b> ... To all of you who have taken time to view my Lessons; I hope that you have found them to be of some use or inspiration. Many Thanks, Rick.
  10. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 35 Hits · 4/8/2008 3:20 AM
    Ok, solutions to the first two questions have been found rather too readily; I'm going to shortcut the next question by answering it directly myself! Q. What chord (shape) formed on the guitar fretboard allows for the creation of (at least)   ...(more)
  11. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 37 Hits · 4/8/2008 3:05 AM
    Ok Bob, well done! It is the form of these latter two chords which I was hoping someone would find (eventually); your experience shines through once again! I call these <a href="/cgi-bin/page_view.pl?l=4446&amp;p=1">Transposable Chords</a> (my...(more)
  12. Rick Payman (10061)
    Theory Forum · 106 Hits · 4/7/2008 7:00 PM
    The m7b5 chord is actually a known as a <i>half-diminished</i>, since it consists of a diminished triad of minor 3rd (b3) and diminished 5th (b5) plus a minor seventh (b7), as opposed to the diminished 7th (bb7) of a true diminished 7th chord. ...(more)
  13. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 37 Hits · 4/7/2008 6:42 PM
    Hey Chris! Very many thanks for this. That's my reading sorted for the next few weeks! Makes the theories of a certain person whose name <i>shall not be mentioned</i> in this thread look like the kindergarten childsplay that they were. My favou...(more)
  14. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 40 Hits · 4/7/2008 6:21 PM
    cho|0|6|0|5|0|6|Aaarrggh!|cho<br clear="all" />Not strictly speaking a chord, but what dear Charlie would have referred to as a "note cluster".
  15. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 31 Hits · 4/7/2008 6:05 PM
    Thanks Adriano, an excellent start, in my opinion. Could anyone now give other examples, and perhaps then generalize to define a rule which would apply to many other chord types?
  16. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 33 Hits · 4/7/2008 5:59 PM
    Wow, that's great work Nick - absolutely no apology required at all! Admittedly though not what I originally had in mind, I had never assumed or stated that there would be a single correct answer, nor did I specify the number of notes in the or...(more)
  17. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 109 Hits · 4/7/2008 3:54 PM
    Q. What chord(s)/shape(s) formed on the guitar fretboard can be moved between a       lower and higher set of strings, whilst maintaining (exactly) the same chord <i>type</i>? For example, this is <i>NOT</i> one of them, as the type changes fr...(more)
  18. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 19 Hits · 4/7/2008 3:42 PM
    Ok, so we have been interpreting the term "moving only a single finger" quite liberally, as some of these changes may require that two fingers be utilised even in changing a single note (for comfort). Nevertheless of interest &amp; hopefully of...(more)
  19. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 16 Hits · 4/7/2008 3:28 PM
    ... and the rest ... cho|x|0|1|2|1|2|cho cho|x|0|2|2|2|3|cho <br clear="all" />cho|x|0|4|5|4|5|cho cho|x|0|5|6|5|5|cho <br clear="all" />cho|x|0|7|8|7|8|cho cho|x|0|7|9|8|9|cho <br clear="all" />cho|x|0|10|11|10|11|cho cho|x|0|11|12|10|12|cho
  20. Rick Payman (10061)
    Instructional Forum · 14 Hits · 4/7/2008 3:20 PM
    Yes, I like that! Probably of more use in progressions... cho|x|0|4|5|4|5|cho cho|x|0|5|6|5|5|cho cho|x|0|7|8|7|8|cho cho|x|0|7|9|8|9|cho