Les paul Jam - electric guitar | by Andrewmusic


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    Good afternoon hive colleagues today I come to share a musical improvisation on the guitar like les paul mark vorson, I have some time, so I am trying to discover new sounds with the guitar, behind this video there are several hours of trying to discover sounds I like them, but I think that the limitations are my sound card that does not allow to have a greater gain on the guitar, and therefore, I cannot have a sustain as I would like, in the style of Gary Moore or Joe Satriani, for this you need amplifiers that emulate the sound very well, but hey, it is not an impediment to work and enjoy what I have at hand.


    Buenas tardes compañeros de hive el día de hoy vengo a compartir una improvisación musical en la guitarra tipo les paul marca vorson, tengo algo de tiempo, entonces estoy intentando descubrir nuevos sonidos con la guitarra, detrás de este video hay varias horas de intentar descubrir sonidos que me vayan gustando, pero creo que las limitantes son mi tarjeta de sonido que no permite tener una mayor ganancia en la guitarra, y por lo tanto, no puedo tener un sustain como el que me gustaría, al estilo Gary Moore o Joe Satriani, para ello se necesitan amplificadores que emulen muy bien el sonido, pero bueno, no es impedimento para trabajar y disfrutar de lo que tengo a mano.






    I share the configuration used in amplitube 4, where we can observe the tuner, always important so as not to produce very ugly notes when out of tune, a compressor pedal to limit very high or very low sounds, well according to my understanding it is for that, and because when using it it seems to me that the sound is more compact and better, the amplifier emulates a typical table type in metal sound, so it is not necessary to use a distortion pedal, I have been experimenting, but again, by putting the distortion you hear a lot of unwanted sounds, which I try to reduce with another pedal and with different settings, but by doing so I still do not get a professional sound and therefore I prefer to continue experimenting.

    Comparto la configuración utilizada en amplitube 4, donde podemos observar el afinador, siempre importante para no ir a producir notas muy feas al estar desafinadas, un pedal de compresor para limitar los sonidos muy agudos o muy graves, bueno según mi entendimiento es para eso, y pues al utilizarlo me parece que el sonido queda más compacto y mejor, el amplificador emula un tipo mesa característico en el sonido de metal, por lo que no es necesario utilizar un pedal de distorsión, he estado experimentando, pero de nuevo, al poner la distorsión se escuchan muchos sonidos indeseados, que intento reducir con otro pedal y con diferentes configuraciones pero al hacerlo aun no obtengo un sonido profesional y por lo tanto, prefiero seguir experimentando.


    Finally, I share the used backing track available on youtube, whose bpm is 90, and the key of the song is Em, so it is a well-known scale for guitarists to make improvisations along the entire neck of the guitar, I have heard advice from Nick Johnson where he mentions that it is better to use a single scale for a long time, to memorize it completely and from there to study the musical intervals and then give it the characteristic sounds of the Greek modes and infinity of existing scales, which usually You have to modulate throughout the song or rather, every time the chord is changed, usually good guitarists, experts and scholars, are able to use a different scale for each chord, achieving sounds that not many others are capable of reproducing. , but that is due to his mastery and many years of study with the guitar.

    Finalmente, comparto el backing track utilizado disponible en youtube, cuyas bpm son 90, y la clave de la canción es Em, por lo que es una escala bastante conocida por los guitarristas para hacer improvisaciones a lo largo y ancho de todo el mástil de la guitarra, he escuchado consejos de Nick Jonhson donde menciona que es mejor utilizar una sola escala por mucho tiempo, para memorizarla completamente y a partir de allí estudiar los intervalos musicales para luego darle los sonidos característicos de los modos griegos e infinidad de escalas existentes, que usualmente hay que modular a lo largo de la canción o mejor dicho, cada vez que se cambia de acorde usualmente los buenos guitarristas, expertos y eruditos, son capaces de utilizar una escala diferente para cada acorde, logrando sonidos que no muchos otros somos capaces de reproducir, pero eso se debe a su maestría y muchos años de estudio con la guitarra.


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