Duane Eddy Twang

by Chris Shofner

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  • The "Duane Eddy Twang" lesson covers a classic sound from the late 1950s, early 1960s. The sound is twangy and wet. Often utilizing a tremolo effect, heavy reverb, and even slap back delay. A hollow body style guitar with a humbucker or P90 pickup in the bridge really brings the sound home. Also some sort of tremolo system on the guitar is a staple - preferably a bigsby type.

    Key: Em
    Chords: Em, Am, B, C
    BPM: 120

    Gear: Ibanez AS175>ZVEX SHO Clone>TREX Reptile 2 Delay>Vox AC15C1>Shure SM57>Presonus Interface>Ableton Live


    Em (main riff)

    Em Pentatonic (Bar 18, 20)
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