Foo Fighters Style Lesson

by Gabriel Leopardi

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  • Hello friends! Today I created a lesson inspired in Foo Fighters. I think that this band demonstrates in every new album that they are one of the most important and original bands in their style. They guitar work is always interesting and their compositions very original and powerful. I created this lesson to show some of their most used riffs and rhythms. You’ll also find Nirvana’s influences in this band and in this lesson.

    Everybody that loves grunge, punk and great rock songs will enjoy Foo Fighters albums and will find this lesson interesting and helpful.

    Foo Fighters as many other punk/alternative bands use mostly major tonalities in their compositions. So if you are planning to compose music in this style you’ll need a deep knowledge of the major tonality. This tonality gives the music a happy atmosphere that can be found also in 80’s glam rock. (Check Poison and Bon Jovi, however if you like this lesson it would be better if you check Blink 182, Sum41 or Green Day).

    The tempo is 120 bpm and the key is B major.

    Enjoy it.


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