Winter Tune IV

by Piotr Kaczor

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  • Hi GMC!

    Welcome to the fourth part of the "Winter Tune" series. As always there are strong Nightwish/Zimmer influences and you can call it a winter version of "Pirates of the Caribbean ;) The main challenge of the Winter Tune series is to combine two different types of playing: heavy/agressive and smooth/delicate. I tried to include a wide range of dynamic in this composition and prove that heavy music can be melodic and emotional. I hope you'll have a lot of fun with this lesson.

    * Palm muting
    * Vibrato
    * Bends
    * Whammy bar licks


    Intro&rhythm guitar - dropped D (DADGBE)
    Solo - standard tuning (EADGBE)

    Chord progression:
    | D5 |
    | D5, A# | C5, A5 | A#5, B/5-| A5 |
    | D5, A# | Csus4, C5, A5| A#5, G5 | A5 |

    Tempo: 110 BPM

    Meter: 4/4


    Yamaha SG 510, PRS SE Torero - guitars
    Tube Amp Ultra 530 Free, Screamer from Guiter Rig 5
    Studio Drummer - drums
    Peavey Zodiac - bass
    Kontakt 5 - string orchestra, piano
    Reaktor Prism - synth pad
    Samplitude - DAW
    M-audio Profire 2626 - audio interface

    If you have any questions (e.g. need Guitar Rig preset)

    * PM me
    * Give feedback (upper-right-corner)
    * General Forum

    Enjoy! /Piotr


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