Power Metal Concepts Part II

by Lian Gerbino

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  • Hi GMC'ers, Lian here. Time has come: Power Metal Concept Pt.II, based on bands like Stratovarius, Helloween and many many others. Here we'll see how to make a complete song in the Power Metal style in 3 parts/lessons.

    You must check Power Metal Concepts Pt. I out before start to learn this.

    This is just one of many forms or structures that you can find in a song. So, this is just an example. Also you can compose or create your Power Metal Songs with this concept or following no rule.

    Techniques we'll use here are: Power Chords, Palm Muting, Octaves, Slides and Vibrato.

    The Key is A minor.
    Scales we'll use are: A minor, A Harmonic minor,

    This P.M. Concept try to show you different parts of a song. We have intros, chorus, solos, but how can we put all the parts into a song? This help you to understand how.

    Power Metal Concept Pt.: I -See Previous Lesson -

    Intro –
    Verse 1 –
    Chorus –
    Intro –

    Power Metal Concept Pt.: II - here we are now-

    Verse 2 – here we can create a second verse melody to do more attractive our song.
    Main Melody – the part where we play the chorus melody on the guitar and people sings ohh-ohoh-ohoh :p
    Duet Part – classic duet part. Keyboard and guitar.

    Power Metal Concept Pt.: III -Next Lesson-

    Bridge –
    Solo –
    Outro –

    If you have any problems let me know. Take care.

    Guitar tune down 1/2 step
    TEMPO: 150 bpm

    I hope you like this lesson, see you soon.

    Lian Gerbino

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