Hit That Whammy!

by Laszlo Boross

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  • Hi GMC-ers! Welcome to this whammy bar variation lesson! In this lesson I would like to show some alternatives to how we can use the whammy bar. It's used on the more different modes by many guitar players. But if you don't have a whammy on your guitar there is no problem, its absolutely playable also with simple, but a bit wider vibratos.

    The difficulty can be the modulations, there are more modulations in this exercise. The key is A minor, then it's modulated to Db minor-C major-B minor and D minor at the end.

    Chord Progression:
    Am - Dm - Am - Dm - Dbm - C - Bm - Dm

    * Whammy bar
    * Bends
    * Slides
    * Vibratos
    * Hammer ons
    * Pull offs

    * Db Minor
    * C Major
    * B Minor
    * A Minor

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    Enjoy!/ Laszlo

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