Well then, that’s amazing
It’s the first lick in that video. As usually, there are some things I’m not confident about:
- Third note sounds like G# but I’m not sure if that’s what he intended to play. It is very possible that the note should be G natural. Anyway, this time I left it the way I heard - G#.
- Even though I wrote that note as G#, I indicated Em as the key signature. These two facts clash quite a bit. The reason I did it is that key signature of E major (or any other) looks less fitting than Em.
- Some notes (especially in the middle of the second bar) are blurry. What you see in my tab is a mix of what I heard and what I assume should be played there.
- It is a free time noodling so I didn’t even bother notating rhythms. He played some notes a bit faster or slower. I don’t think it matters too much in this context.
I will definitely give it a shot. But no promises about the results of my…shots…
Yeah, every minute spent on transcribing improves my ear skills. Hopefully
I listened through the songs you linked here and I totally liked them. At first I was afraid about the song with vocals because I thought the vocals may be distorted-growling-scream or whatever, which I’m not a fan of. But that was nice clean singing I’ll totally listen to some more. Thanks
Oh, thanks so much I’ll cerainly watch it (in an hour or so).