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When You See My Face: Chorus Parts


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Next we're going to take a look at how to play the guitar parts in the first and second choruses. Both choruses are the same and feature a thick heavily distorted guitar with another guitar playing the keyboard chords. The only difference you will hear is how both choruses end. Here are some key points to help you through the chorus parts:

1. The tone for the chorus guitars is a Dual Rectifier distortion with lots of gain; a very modern rock/metal sound. Make sure to have your pickup switch in the bridge position.

2. The chords are E5, A5, C#5/G#, and B5/F#. The B5/F# chord is played at the end the chorus.

3. The first chorus features a G5 power chord that is anticipated on the "e" of beat 4 before leading into the interlude. The end of the second chorus features a B5 power chord being played on the E and A strings on the downbeat of 4 before the bridge.
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