Dick Dale Style Surf Rock

by Adrian Figallo

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  • Surf Rock is a very fun and cool style of Rock, this lesson is great to master your fast picking accuracy, to play scales in just one string (both E strings) and to really get the juice of your old reverb unit!

    This little number is in the scale of A Harmonic Minor, and the chords used over the main part/solo are E and F, over the bridge we get E, F and G, it's a VERY simple and repetitive chord progression, but it works like a charm for this style.

    Note that using a reverb it's mandatory for this kind of music, at least if you wanna get that clasic sound. For more references of the tone check some Dick Dale songs.

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