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Roll On Family: Electric Chorus in E


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The electric guitar opens up for the chorus and adds an accenting riff. This part follows the form of the intro, but the first set of chords are played higher up the neck. Play the E chord at the 7th fret with the root on the A string using a barre chord shape. Accent to the A chord by grabbing the top part of an A barre chord in 5th position. And dig right into those accent strums that make the signature riff of the chorus.

The second half of the chorus riffs are identical to those used in the intro. This is a high dynamic here, so dig right into those chords!
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