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In verse two, we're playing similar parts to our first verse, but adding 2 other guitar parts during the second half. This helps break up the song nicely with some different tones and rhythms.

Here are some key points to help you play this beginning section.

Key Points:

1. The main guitar is playing the same 4 bar progression twice as heard in our previous verse, focusing on the power chord voicings of Db, Eb7, Gb, and Db.

2. The second half features two other guitars break up the song.

3. The first part is playing an effected chromatic melody with some reverb; starting at Ab, to G, to Gb and than ending with a pick scrape. The get this tone I am using a plate reverb, with the "wet" part of the reverb up 3/4 of the way.

4. The other guitar part accents the chromatic line as well, but plays arpeggios of the Db, Eb7, Gb, and Db chords on the Gb, Bb, and Eb strings. The Db note on the Gb and Eb strings stays the same while the chromatic notes move down the Bb string.
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