Paramore: Two Guitar Arrangement

by Gabriel Leopardi

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  • Hello GMC! Welcome to my new lesson in the style of the popular punk/rock/pop band called Paramore. They were formed in Franklin, Tennessee in 2004 and they recorded three albums. Each one of these albums has its style/orientation but always keeping the combination of punk/rock guitars with the powerful voice of Hayley Williams. Paramore is a very young band but I can say that I am constantly discovering many newer bands influenced by their music and melodies.

    In this lesson I composed a full song based in their two guitars work. Josh Farro is the main composer and the lead guitar player who is always playing melodies while the second guitar player (Taylor York) keeps playing power chords and riffs. We will explore their most used techniques, chord progression and the way they arrange the guitars.

    The structure of this lesson is: Intro – Verse – Chorus – Bridge – Solo – Intro.
    Key: D minor

    I hope that you enjoy it!

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