power pop, rhythm guitar, melodic rock riffs, octave licksby Javier Aviles
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Back in the 90's I played a lot of session on house & dance songs for producers. Specially if your're playing on a vocal song It's always a good idea not too overplay and stay very basic but precise. Or you would completely destroy the production and you'll never get any call from the producer in the future again, haha.
So as you see, it's always more important to have a good precise timing than shredding like hell. :-D
This lesson is a perfect exercise to improve your rhythm technique & precise melodic playing!
Here are the parts of this song:
| Bm | % | D | D E |
| Bm | % | D | E C#m7 |
I tried to transcribe as close as possible. Specially in the Guitar Pro file 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 10, several plugins
Amp(Only for Monitor): Peavey JSX Top with Marshall 2x12" V30
Kemper Profiling Amp: Angel Shouter
The profiles are available for purchase here:
Standard Tuning E, A, D, G, B, E
Tempo: 130 BPM
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