country rock, fast slide vibrato, hybrid picking, legato, vibratoby Javier Aviles
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Welcome to my lesson No. 34
This in excerpt of my own song and has kind of a racing car because of the driving forward beat in the B section
This lesson starts with a cool legato melody mostly played on just one string (g string) but combined with slides. Whang bar and vibrato. Underneath there are some nice sounding chords while the melody still sounds simple.
The B Section is based on the D and E mixolydian scale with some nice rhythm accents & shiftings.
The C section is unisono lick is also based on E mixoldiyan with an progressive progressive touch.
B Part 0:16-0:14
||: Dsus4 D C | D C | | Dsus4 D C | D C :||
| Esus4 E D | E D| | Esus4 E D | E D |
| Esus4 E D | E D | | Ab/E C/G# Ab/D | C/B C#/Bb/ab |
1/8 Break C PART 0:43-0:50
| Unisono |
Dadd9/F# | E5 |
Have fun! ;-)
I tried to transcribe as close as possible. Specially in the Guitar Pro 5 you'll find all this little extras!
Cheers - Guido
Guitar: Music Man Luke II
Strings: D'Addario NYXL 009
Audio Interface: Focusrite Saffire PRO 24
Recording SW: Logic 9, several plugins
Amp(Only for Monitor): Peavey JSX Top with Marshall 2x12" V30
Kemper Profiling Amp: Martial JayVi
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Standard tuning: E, A, D, G, B, E Tempo: 146 BPM
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