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Greg Ginn's Playing Style

Discussion in 'Music, punk scene & subcultures' started by Probe, Mar 19, 2010.

  1. Probe

    ProbeExperienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member


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    A while back i had a thread about guitar playing and stuff and someone recommended to me to try and imitate Greg Ginn of black flag...until that time i didnt really listen to Black Flag much but now i do and after doing some research about his style it seems hes has alot of jazz elements in his playing.

    Can someone recommend me some Jazz scales and riffs and stuff i should start doing?
    Also tell me a place where i can get tabs or notes or stuff for these scales and also try and include a place where i can do further research about this (Ginn's style that is)
     

  2. SurgeryXdisaster

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  3. Kobac

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    yeah it s true at first he played fast punk sound but later he put some jazz,blues and voila you have a really depressiv band.listen albums they released from 84 and so on.My War,In my head in my opinion is grungie,metal.try loose nut family man is more spoken word.
     
  4. Kobac

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    i have something about jazz somewhere if i find it i can e mail it to you
     
  5. Probe

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    oh thanks do you know my email?
    oh w8 just click on the link next to my name
     
  6. badman

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    To be honest Gregg Ginn can't particularly play guitar well at all.It dose sound good, no denying that, but i just really doubt he spent time or consciously decided on a jazz influenced style. BF used to practice their songs at half tempo for hours on end then gradually build the speed up. Could have something to do with that.
     
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