Sigh of Pain

by Thiago Trinsi

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  • Hey folks, here I am again with a new lesson, I really hope you have as much fun studying it as I had while creating the whole idea, this is one of the styles I really enjoy.

    I am playing a riff over E7 Phrygian Dominant (Harmonic Minor field of the scale) and it leads to the part in Am where I play some nice licks using Am7 Pentatonic with blue note, and some chromatic notes.

    I also use hybrid picking technique in some moments and a combination of alternate picking with sweep picking. In the end I play a group of arpeggios with tapping over a cycle of 4ths which is very common in these styles, see the harmony here:

    Am | Dm | G | C | F | Bb | E7 ...

    I hope you enjoy it and Rock Big!

    Best - Thiago


    Guitar used: Fender USA Highway 1
    Strings: Dean Markley Blue Steel 0.10
    Effect: I used Guitar Rig 4, the chain was guitar + Focusrite 24 pro + iMac into my Cubase 5, and to get this sound I used a combination of Gratifier on the Vintage mode + 4X12 Vintage cabinet V1 with the green distortion pedal on the top of everything called "Screamer" with the Delay from Cubase plugins called "MonoDelay" and here is what I´ve changed there to get this sound on the solo guitar: Delay/1/4, Feedback/10.5, Mix/10.0 then you are ready to go!

    Tempo: 140 bpm

    Key: C

    Recording Gear:

    Cubase 5
    Guitar Rig 4
    iMac 27
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