Guitar Messages by Rasmus Persson

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  1. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 85 Hits · 8/26/2001 10:18 AM is the key. ActiveBass is the bass player's response to WholeNote. Perfect for her (your sister's) purposes. Rasmus
  2. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Theory Forum · 82 Hits · 8/11/2001 7:02 AM
    Please ignore my above post. I forgot that I had presented the original post's scale/mode in the key of 'A' not 'C.' Sorry.
  3. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Theory Forum · 120 Hits · 8/11/2001 6:51 AM
    Isn't this a mode of the D natural minor scale?
  4. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Theory Forum · 150 Hits · 8/10/2001 1:21 PM
    seq|5_0|5_2|5_4|5_5|5_7|5_9|5_10|5_12|seq <br /><br />Presented here in the key of 'A.' <br /><br /> Just wondering.
  5. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Open Forum · 90 Hits · 8/1/2001 7:25 AM
    By the way, the orientation of the magnetic field in a pick-up might have some effect on the playing (I'm not sure). If you decide to remagnetize you're pick-up, try to magnetize it from different angles, stopping to test you're pick-up once in ...(more)
  6. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Open Forum · 101 Hits · 8/1/2001 7:18 AM
    You might want to try to re-magnetize you're neck pickup (if it's as bad as you say then you've got nothing to lose by trying, right?). Just expose you're neck pick-up to a magnetic field which is strong enough for long enough and you're pick-up...(more)
  7. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Artists Forum · 63 Hits · 7/14/2001 9:23 AM
    Well, I know. I just couldn't think of a better example. I hope I haven't offended anyone. Rasmus
  8. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Artists Forum · 62 Hits · 7/14/2001 8:49 AM
    Yes the human voice can be seen as an instrument, that is totally correct. However most languages contain special names for such things as bands containing nothing but human voices. In the English language this word happens to be "choir." <br ...(more)
  9. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Artists Forum · 91 Hits · 7/13/2001 1:04 PM
    Of course the guitarists grow technically as the years, and the decades pass by. The student will someday be better than his master. <i>You can always go one step further.</i> The guitarists of today grew up with the guitarists of yesterday and ...(more)
  10. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Artists Forum · 130 Hits · 7/13/2001 12:31 PM
    A band is a group of people/musicians that play instruments. A band doesn't need to have a singer, but most bands usually have one. <br /><br /> A choir is a group of singers who sing songs. They don't play any instruments. <br /><br /> None of ...(more)
  11. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 40 Hits · 7/13/2001 6:11 AM
    Thanks, that really helped clear my confusion. You see reading Jamey Andreas' article (no offense whatsoever to his person or cunning or anything) I kind of got the impression that the "open" position was called the "first" position as he was ta...(more)
  12. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 50 Hits · 7/13/2001 4:57 AM
    I was reading Jamey Andreas' <u>excellent</u> article on shifting position the other day when something just pops into my mind. If you ask someone to play a scale in, shall we say the 5th position? Let's say an A minor pentatonique. It would pro...(more)
  13. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 79 Hits · 7/12/2001 5:39 AM
    There's got to be some script error or something because I always get the same jokes over and over. Each joke seems to be numbered so there should be more than 5. Do you guys have the same problem?
  14. Rasmus Persson (190)
    Artists Forum · 34 Hits · 6/25/2001 5:02 PM
    My favorites are: David Gilmour Jimi Hendrix Stevie Ray Vaughan Eric Clapton and a bunch of other great guitar players but I can't list them all here.