Macedonian Style Lesson - Electric Version

by Ivan Milenkovic

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  • Hi GMC! Welcome to my second in line Macedonian Style Lesson! :)

    As you may remember, in the last lesson we did a folklore song called "Jovano Jovanke". This song was made famous partly because of the great Macedonian guitar player Vlatko Stefanovski.

    We will do an arrangement for the electric guitar in this lesson. The main theme is the same, except this time we are playing it an octave higher, with some nice licks that you can implement in this version for the electric guitar. By watching the last lesson and this one you can see how they are different and how you can made different arrangements for different guitars in your own songs.

    Tempo 150bpm
    Time Signature: 7/8

    This lesson contains:

    - Macedonian style melodies
    - Oriental feel
    - Phrygian Dominant Scale use
    - bendind and vibrato phrases

    Settings: neck&middle single, Marshall Drive, SD1, DD20 analog preset, some spring reverb.

    Here's a link to the lesson with acoustic version of this song:

    Macedonian Style Lesson - Acoustic Version
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