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Sad, Sad Look: Bridge Harmonies

 

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Next we're going to take a look at the harmonized guitar parts you hear in the bridge. The bridge starts off with just the distorted bass leading the way, and then the guitars enter during the second half. Both guitars are harmonizing over a series of chords, playing sixteenth notes. Here are some key points to help you with that section.

1. The guitar tone is a slightly distorted, with the pickup switch in the neck position.

2. The chords/triads the guitars are harmonizing over are C# minor, C# diminished, F# minor, and ending on B.

3. The notes of each guitar part outline the chords in thirds, with a few slight variations. You will be playing in the higher register and will require some stretching to get all the notes.
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