Antonio Vivaldi, Arpeggios, Alternate picking, legato, classical musicby Cosmin Lupu
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Pop music and the role of the guitar here describes a style of playing in which the guitarist focuses primarily on chords rather than solos and riffs. These chords provide a foundation over which other instruments play or vocalist sings a melody.
Since chords are so integral to the style, rhythm guitarists must become very familiar with different types and voicing of chords. The most important types of chords for rhythm guitarists are major and minor chords and their inversions.
Guitar : Ibanez SC 3120 Saber J Custom
Equipment : Sonar8 DAW, Amplitube3 guitar plugin
Tempo : 100 bpm
Signature : 4/4
Chord progression : D#m7/C#m7/F#/G#
Key signature :D#m
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