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comment Are there any other common names for what I've heard called a “Crossover Guitar”
I would say that the only way to find out would be to actually play one in a music store. And as for working with your tuning, that depends on the individual gauges of strings that you select, and on getting a good setup on the guitar.
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answered Are there any other common names for what I've heard called a “Crossover Guitar”
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comment What is this technique of singing called ?(bass effect)
No, the pitch has nothing to do with it, per se. She can sing those same notes raspy and dirty, and she can sing those same notes "clean". And she can probably use the raspy tone with higher notes too.
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answered What is this technique of singing called ?(bass effect)
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answered Does a time signature imply accents?
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comment What constitutes melody?
No, a melody is merely a sequence of notes. How that melody is interpreted and performed with regard to articulation and phrasing is another matter altogether. I do not see any point in confusing the two.
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revised Tuning type setting on Yamaha CP5?
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answered Tuning type setting on Yamaha CP5?
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revised How can I make videos of myself playing my keyboard?
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revised How can I transcribe chord charts into guitar tablature?
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answered Why is G7 chord highly unstable in C scale?
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comment Lilypond incorrectly displaying natural signs in B Major
It's hard to tell from two measures of music, but perhaps the melody isn't actually in any major key, per se. Perhaps the piece is in another church mode such as Dorian or Lydian and you haven't identified the correct key signature to represent that mode (with as few accidentals as possible).
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comment 8 quarter notes in 4/4 time?! And how do I insert this into Guitar Pro?
@Patrx2, You can watch Daniel Spreadbury discussing this issue right here. youtu.be/VBhPyTNkXKI?t=24m