World Set On Fire

by Emir Hot

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  • Hi Everybody

    This time I am presenting you some parts from the song called "World Set on Fire" which you can find on my album "Sevdah Metal". I have already done another lesson from my album featuring the song called "Endless Pain" and the lesson is called "Balkan Style Metal".

    Both of these lessons have something unique. I call it "Eastern Trills". You can find that type of trills in South Eastern European countries and they are a very common and traditional approach in music of that European area. Also the scales used are very Eastern sounding. You can find Harmonic Minor, Dorian #4, Phrygian Dominant etc... This lesson uses F# Phrygian Dominant most of the time. There are some chromatic passing notes for more interesting phrasing but in general there is only one scale used.

    Riffs are pretty much straight forward and I hope you won't have any problems with that. When it comes to "Eastern Trills" you should really look at the Guitar Pro file and see the picking signs in order to execute them properly. Combination of legato and picking is really important to be played exactly as it is written in the GP file. The main solo is just pure alternate picking. Sorry for those who don't have 24 frets guitar, there is a part where I bend from 24th to 26th fret. In that case you can improvise over that bit.

    I hope you will like this one and, as always, I am happy to answer all questions you might have.

    See you soon!


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