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Old 2010-09-21, 20:03   Link #1041
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Finally (?) here

Fuwa Fuwa Time, both versions from Gekichuka Mini-Album

Both guitars, bass, and even keyboard because I love you all so much
Drums have been mostly untouched, no vocals or lyrics

Kept as faithful to the written score as possible




Now that that's over, does anyone happen to have a gp5 of Fude Pen that I can use as a base? Otherwise, I'll start from scratch.
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Old 2010-09-21, 21:02   Link #1042
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I noticed the 85th measure is empty on the bass line, but it's just a continuation of the previous bar.
I just tabbed EXACTLY what was on the sheets so if it says it's empty I left it. I don't know why it was like that, even I was thinking the same thing. The funny thing is that they put in a whole rest in that measure on it. I think it has to do with exaggerating the solo.
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Old 2010-09-21, 21:43   Link #1043
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I just tabbed EXACTLY what was on the sheets so if it says it's empty I left it. I don't know why it was like that, even I was thinking the same thing. The funny thing is that they put in a whole rest in that measure on it. I think it has to do with exaggerating the solo.
You sure it's not a simile mark? I know they don't look similar at all and I honestly can't imagine why such notation would even be used here, especially for that one bar when other bars repeat as well. I've only even seen that thing a few times ever. It's one of those things like fermata; you might learn about it in a music class but it's fallen out of use, at least in rock music.

The only thing I can really think is that it's a misprint. The bass doesn't stop there in the song. If anything, that would draw attention away from the solo. At least it's not anything important, it's just bass :3
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Old 2010-09-21, 21:49   Link #1044
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You sure it's not a simile mark? I know they don't look similar at all and I honestly can't imagine why such notation would even be used here, especially for that one bar when other bars repeat as well. I've only even seen that thing a few times ever. It's one of those things like fermata; you might learn about it in a music class but it's fallen out of use, at least in rock music.

The only thing I can really think is that it's a misprint. The bass doesn't stop there in the song. If anything, that would draw attention away from the solo. At least it's not anything important, it's just bass :3
A simile mark? They use those all the time in the k-on scores. It's kind of annoying tbh.


I've also come across some strange things in the scores. Like a chord that they put a wrong note in, or a tie that they forgot to include, or (bizarrely) some beats are just straight-up missing. I tried to make the best of it.
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Old 2010-09-21, 21:54   Link #1045
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Old 2010-09-21, 22:10   Link #1046
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Yep, that's a really big simile mark
It's doing 4 measures at a time, and the fourth one is on the next line, so it looks empty because there's nothing there. They got really lazy notating this one.

(I'm posting a lot lately)
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Old 2010-09-21, 22:45   Link #1047
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>> They got really lazy notating this one.

Is it really lazy when the book is 334 pages? >_>
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Old 2010-09-22, 02:14   Link #1048
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Finally (?) here

Fuwa Fuwa Time, both versions from Gekichuka Mini-Album

Both guitars, bass, and even keyboard because I love you all so much
Drums have been mostly untouched, no vocals or lyrics

Kept as faithful to the written score as possible




Now that that's over, does anyone happen to have a gp5 of Fude Pen that I can use as a base? Otherwise, I'll start from scratch.



wow thanks a lot..


guys, may i ask,

1. what do you usually use when you play cagayake girls, barre chords or power chords. the tutorial uses barre chords but i think i saw a tab using power chords. both sounds really good. and i'm more used to doing power chords anyway. so what do you think??


everyone nice tabs btw. i did a download spree.

2. is there really such a thing as a six string bass guitar? just curious.
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Old 2010-09-22, 02:41   Link #1049
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Barre Chords are what is shown in the official score. But when I tried playing them, it of course had a major key sound to it...I'd actually use the power chords in this song, it sounds much more powerful.

And yes, there are six string bass guitars, which add an extra high and low string. Of course, this just adds more frets that a bass player has to go through (which isn't always ideal for standard players), so they usually stick with the 4 or 5 string. Of course, with extra strings, you also extend the range you can play, so if you are skilled, it's quite nice.

Believe it or not, I've seen really insane guitars, the most I've seen is a 16 string bass: (http://www.altnation.com/forums/atta...tring-bass.jpg) playing that thing properly would be a damn feat.
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Old 2010-09-22, 06:26   Link #1050
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Believe it or not, I've seen really insane guitars, the most I've seen is a 16 string bass: (http://www.altnation.com/forums/atta...tring-bass.jpg) playing that thing properly would be a damn feat.
Wow, can that even be played in a normal "guitar-holding" position? I could only picture it being played zither-style or something.

Heck, with my tiny hands, even a six-string is tough
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Old 2010-09-22, 11:51   Link #1051
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hi there everyone, im new here, and i thought i like to join this Yui School of Rock, after watching the final episode of K-On Season 2. I was watching and tabbing this song, its call Happy Rainy Days. I felt so sad after hearing that song from watching that episode, so I was the tabbing it lol.

and i like to share it with you guys......hope u guys understand chords...

happy rainy days

intro
a major
b major
d minor
a major
| |

d minor
a major
c# major
f# minor
b major
d major
e major

f major
g maj
a maj
|

ending
b major
d minor
a major

| stands for repeat the bar of the entire verse...
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Old 2010-09-22, 17:54   Link #1052
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Ah, could someone quickly tab this?



It's one of the short guitar solos done during the commercial things. I thought it'd be a cool little thing to practice during my guitar practices. Makes me smile knowing it's from K-ON xD
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Old 2010-09-22, 20:30   Link #1053
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Obligingly


K-ON Eyecatch

Code:
e|----------6-6----------------------------------6-7-9-11---------|
B|---6-6----7-7----------------------------6-7-9------------------|
G|---6-6----6-6------------------------6-8------------------------|
D|---6-6-------------------------6-8-9----------------------------|
A|-------------------------6-8-9----------------------------------|
E|-----------------7-4-6-7----------------------------------------|
Basically everything is a hammer-on
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Old 2010-09-22, 21:28   Link #1054
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Obligingly


K-ON Eyecatch

Code:
e|----------6-6----------------------------------6-7-9-11---------|
B|---6-6----7-7----------------------------6-7-9------------------|
G|---6-6----6-6------------------------6-8------------------------|
D|---6-6-------------------------6-8-9----------------------------|
A|-------------------------6-8-9----------------------------------|
E|-----------------7-4-6-7----------------------------------------|
Basically everything is a hammer-on
Thanks bolt
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Old 2010-09-22, 21:44   Link #1055
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2. is there really such a thing as a six string bass guitar? just curious.
This question was answered already, but it's worth pointing out that the tuning on a 6 string bass is totally different from a 6 string guitar. Standard tunings on basses are always symmetrical, so a six string bass is BEADGE (tuned to fifhs) rather than a guitar's EADGBE.

All the usual suspects make 6 string basses. Ibanez, ESP, Schetcer, Warwick, Spector, even Fender and Music Man make 6 string basses in small numbers. Notably, Gibson and Rickenbacker don't, but Rickenbacker doesn't even make a 5 string. 5 string basses have gotten pretty common, but I don't know if 6 strings are ever going to be outside a niche market since that's starting to make notes outside the "usual" range of a bass.

There's also a very few mass produced 7 string basses, which add an F string (even higher). You might see a few "8 string" basses, but these are usually a little different in that they place a smaller string next to the bass string that sounds the octave of the bass string, so it's functionally a 4 string bass.
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Old 2010-09-23, 09:17   Link #1056
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Old 2010-09-24, 05:41   Link #1057
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Just finished my video cover for U&I though it was rushed.

Nice cover!

Can you estimate how long would it take for a beginner guitar player to play like that?

I bought my first guitar the day after I watched Houkago Teatime's last school festival performance in ep20. I've always wanted to start learning an instrument but never had the determination to do that . Guitars are expensive... you know... And I don't have Mugi who can magically slash the price of a guitar by 80%...

I've been practicing since then, and the first song I played is Pure Pure Heart. I simplified it so that I can play along at the normal pace (e.g. at 154 bpm I can only do the palm muting sections with all 8th notes, but not the sections with 16th notes...) It's really fun to be able to play along with songs that I love!

Having listened to your performance, I'll probably to learning U&I soon =)

BTW, among the K-On songs, which ones are the easiest to play? (for guitar)
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Old 2010-09-24, 06:33   Link #1058
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BTW, among the K-On songs, which ones are the easiest to play? (for guitar)
Don't Say Lazy is definitely the easiest to play. Although it gets real boring after a while :P Fuwa Fuwa Time probably comes in second.
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Old 2010-09-24, 07:04   Link #1059
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Lol, you already knew about palm muting. It took me more than a year before I knew such technique was existent.

How long? Hmm...as long as you don't stray out, it will take you months (yes not years). Meaning, you'll avoid all bad habits out and adopt the correct way of playing. I've been playing guitar for years and I feel like I'm just starting this year since I strayed out and I have adopted bad habits while I'm still a newbie since no one was teaching me and I didn't read anything (or watched) about it.

For every song, play it in a bearable speed until you get it. Once you get that down, that's the time you should gradually increase speed until it match the original. This way, you can avoid mistakes.

I agree. Easiest is Don't Say Lazy and also its a fun song since you can add in your own riffs and solo easily (but let's leave that part for a while).

U&I is fairly easy (easier if you simplify it). The track you want to learn is Yui's track (upper-left track in my cover video). Leave the other tracks (especially the vocal track) for a while since it'll be difficult for a beginner.

If you can record your songs, let me hear it (or watch it), I'll help you as long as it's a song I know.

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Old 2010-09-24, 10:01   Link #1060
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Don't Say Lazy is definitely the easiest to play. Although it gets real boring after a while :P Fuwa Fuwa Time probably comes in second.
The TV size, yes its the easiest. But ! The 5member full version of this song includes a guitar solo and a sorta complicated outro by Azusa, which makes it pretty hard itself.

And speaking of Dont Say Lazy, anybody got a tab for the 5nin ver.? and Cagayake!GIRLS too.
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