Emotional/Feeling Guitar

by Adrian Figallo

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  • There must be 1000's of ways to play and describe an emotional guitar part, in fact you may find solos in metal, jazz, samba or anything that comes with a very strong feeling, this is just my personal interpretation of playing with the heart.

    For the whole song we will be using the A Major Pentatonic Scale, and just 4 chords progression, A, C#m7, Bm7 and E.

    I like to really like exaggerate the bends to the limit of going out of tune for a bit, i think it really ads some expression to the guitar, but just when you use them on the right moments.

    Try to really feel the melody while you are playing it, every note, every bend, and don't rush over the slow tempo.

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