Hard Rock Chord Progression

by Jonathan Burgos

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  • Hi guys! At the request of several students, today we will be seeing a rhythmic lesson of Hard Rock! For those waiting for a solo lesson, don’t underestimate the work of the 2nd guitar, I invite you to study this lesson. The work is very interesting because it is not a simple sequence of chords. The harmony is implied on the guitar work, as evidenced from the notes that we played. For reference of these songs specifically for this work on guitars, I advise listening to the latest album by Danger Danger "Revolve," the solist album of Jeff Scott Soto "Lost in Translation" (I recommend these two discs, as they are about of my favorites), and any disk of Whitesnake , Mr. Big (band impressive and spectacular, absolutely I recommend all his albums, either with Paul Gilbert or Richie Kotzen). There is a band in Argentina called "Watchmen" which ultimately is a compilation of the best of Hard Rock (all sung in English) here is a video:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6Ms- LOZiYM & feature = related

    Friends I hope you enjoy this lesson and you find it useful.

    In this lesson I use a sound respecting this style:
    - Distortion (same of rat, guv of marshall, etc) with a little delay.

    Chords:
    E - B - A - B/C# - C#m7 - A - F#m7 - G#m7

    Techniques:
    Legato
    Palm muting
    Alternate picking
    Vibrato
    Slide

    Scales:
    E Major pentatonic

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