Red and White Stripes

by Adrian Figallo

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  • Hey there guitar lovers, ready for a new lesson? Hang on there because this one is a little different, this song is based on the playing of one of the most creative/original and at the same time roots guitars players around, i'm talking about Jack White, and in this particular song his work with The White Stripes.

    To learn how to play, and specially to learn how to compose a song like him, first you have to be ready to tweak your current idea of how a guitar works, you will be exploring tempo changes, weird key changes, and in some cases you will have to make a guitar fill the space of a whole band.

    Not too much theory here, in the verses we are playing this simple chords:
    and on the "chorus" we are playing the E blues scale:
    in case you are wondering how i made the "chorus" effect :)
    guitar -> guitar rig 4 -> oktaver -> fuzz -> split signal -> totally panned stereo plexis -> phaser
    have fun!

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