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I'll Be With You, Girl: Chorus

 

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The chorus of our song is our main chord progression, doubled by our electric guitar. We are also going to check out what guitar #3 is playing over the last chorus. Here are some key points to help you through it, as well as how you end the song:

1. We will be playing the same chord progression and rhythm that the acoustic plays during the chorus with our electric.

2. Make sure to add the same feel, varying it up slightly to match the vibe of the song.

3. There are 4 choruses in the song, the last two being doubled with a hit on E to end the track.

4. The last chorus features an additional layer by guitar #3 to help kick up the dynamic. You will enter on beat 4 of the previous measure playing D on the 15th fret of the B string, and then bending on up to E on the downbeat of the next measure. You will play this four times, after every 2 bars in the double chorus.

5. You will end the song with a reverse bend from E to D, and then slide down the string letting the open strings ring and the delay continue for a nice, noisy ending.
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