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Dominant 7th #9

Registered: 10-2003
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Re: Favorite Solo Key?


Cheers to the Key of E.

Maybe that's why they're called Deeeeeeeeeeeeep Purple.

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John O'Flaherty
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"It's got a weight and a gravitast to it. It's a Hammond Organ! And...you can't just be kinda' pussy-footin' around with this thing....you got to control it."

-Jon Lord
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Registered: 09-2003
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Re: Favorite Solo Key?


Yep - I would agree. I often find myself reverting to tried a tested runs when improvising in keys I don't often play in.

I think JL alluded to it on the Making of Machine Head DVD if he doesn't get a solo off after a couple of go's he leaves it because you end up repeating the same phrases which is copying not improvising.

My band just played a couple of shows with a "guest" drummer - our own was out of action - he had a completely different style, one that was much more comfortable to both me and our bass player and, when our guitarist broke a string he was able to change it whilst I did an extended solo spot with bass & drum accompaniment and was able to expand on what I normally do knowing I could rely on the other guys to keep things together.

I think we need a new drummer ! emoticon
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