The Tasty Etude

by Jonathan Burgos

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  • Hello friends! Today we will by popular demand I present you “The tasty etude”. I received many requests asking for lessons that are less advanced and perfectly melodic and all that is related to tasteful playing. For all the Hard Rock fans I recommend that you check out this lesson because you'll find many things of this style here.
    A person can discern between those guitarists that have taste and a good sense for melody and those who seem to be connected via a MIDI on the computer. This is the work we will be doing today, to be a little more human.

    In this lesson I use a sound with little gain (Preamp simulator Roland JC-120 and a little natural gain of EQ with body) good compressor, quite a bit of delay and reverb and a speaker simulation of 2x12 with 421 dynamic mic.

    Chords used:

    Intro : C –F –C –F –G

    Verse : C –G –Am - G – F (x2)

    Chorus :
    Dm – Em - F - G - Am – G - F-
    Am –G –Am/F# - F

    F –C –Dm –G – F


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    Alternate picking

    Scales used:

    C Major scale + blue note

    Now friends, to work.

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