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Room To Make Mistakes: Choruses

 

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This chorus in our song occurs three times, and is played the same way with both of our guitars playing together every time. Here are some key points to help you through it:

1. Our acoustic switches to a straighter feel for the choruses, and plays an eighth note strumming pattern that switches between the bass notes and higher strings.

2. Our electric guitar part plays arpeggios of each chord in the bass notes, but finishes each phrase with the B and E strings ringing (playing the notes C# and F#.)

3. The E, F#mi, and B chords are played in route position; but the A chord switches to second inversion with the 5th (E) in the bass.
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