Rocking Chords

by Adrian Figallo

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  • Hello GMC!

    Lately I'm inspired to work on stuff for beginners. Learning guitar could be a sad and almost traumatic experience if you don't do it right and I suffered a lot when I was learning, because I was getting bored to death with simple chord songs.

    For this lesson, I tried to make a cool sounding backing track to work simple but tasty chords on top of it. You need to see the guitar as a part of a band and not exclusively as a lead instrument. You gotta keep a tight relationship with the drum and the bass too.

    This is lesson is to show beginner players an endless possibilities of a couple of chords and the right attitude.

    * E - A - D - G - B - E
    (From thick to thin)

    * Rhythm

    * Vintage Fender Stratocaster (American Standard) with Dimarzio chopper on the bridge, vintage ibanez on the mid and a vintage fender stock on the neck.
    * Art Tube Pre Amp
    * Overloud TH2
    * Recabinet (for some parts)
    * Logic Pro
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