Creed Style Riffs

by Darius Wave

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  • Welcome to the Creed style lesson !

    Creed was one of my favorite bands from the Milenium period. It was time when from a hard rock and metal genres, something new has evolved. So what Creed delivered, was something between rock and metal. Heavy, powerful, yet still melodic and without dense, fast playing. Overall power was the purpose. In this lesson I invite You to get familiar with and "extract" of Creed's playing. For the tone purpose we will use Poulin Lecto plugin, which is a simulation of Mesa DR - amp used by Mark Tremonti at the period of "human clay" album.


    Gear used (in order of connection chain placement):

    1. Hufschmid 18th Ann electric guitar
    2. Presonus Inspire 1394 firewire audio interface (input gain 40%)
    3. Poulin Lecto vst plug-in (Mesa DR simulation): default settings
    4. Kefir impulse loader (mix 100%)
    5. Impulse - Catharsis s-preshigh



    Tuning - Dropped B(B6 E5 A4 D3 F#2 B1)


    Backing track progression:

    4/4 ||: Dm | Bb | Dm | Bb | Dm | Bb | Dm | Dm :||
    Bb | Am | Gm | F | D | Bb | Dm | Gm F |
    Bb | Am | Gm | F | D | Bb | Dm | Dm |
    D | D | D | D | D | D| D | D |
    Dm | Dm | Dm | Dm | Dm | Dm | Dm | Dm |
    Bb | Am | Gm | F | D | Bb | D | Dm |
    Bb | Am | Gm | F | D | Bb | Dm | Dm |

    Tempo: Main song tempo is 120 bpm. There are backing tracks available at 60, 80, 100, 120 and 150 bpm.

    Time signature: 4/4

    Scales used in this lesson:

    D-minor



    D-phrygian dominant









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