Guitar Loves Piano

by Piotr Kaczor

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  • Hello GMC and welcome to my new lesson. This time we'll play with the piano accompaniment. Piano is an amazing and inspiring instrument,and together with guitar they make a perfect combination.

    The lesson is inspired by a brilliant concert "An evening with John Petrucci and Jordan Rudess" recorded on June 20, 2000 at the Helen Hayes Performing Arts Center in Nyack, New York.

    The guitar line is easy to play, but remember! you have to focus on bends, vibrato and dynamics. Even a simple melody with appropriate phrasing may sound cool.

    Solo part is built mainly on the major scale and minor pentatonic scale.

    chord progression: C, D, C, D, e, D/F#, Eb/Ab, Bbsus, Csus
    C, D, C, D, e, D/F#, G, E/G#, Asus
    g, C, D
    g, C, D

    We are going to use:

    - vibrato,

    - bending,

    This is the preset I used for the POD XT live for this lesson:

    Amp: MS 2003 Deity Lead, Drive 8 - Bass 3 - Middle 7 - Treble 4 - Presence 5

    Cab: 4x12 1968 Green 25s

    Dly: Digital delay, Delay Time - 120 (quarter note) - Mix 28%

    Rev: Medium Hall - Mix 35%

    The lesson is available in the guitar pro 5 file, backing tracks included.

    Have fun!


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