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At Me That Way: Song Outro & Solo

 

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Our outro starts off coming out of the bridge, playing a similar part to our pre-chorus with guitar #2. Guitar #1 switches here to start off our guitar solo, and continues playing through our last chorus and outro hits. We also have an additional 2 bars at the end to end our song. Here are some key points to help you through it:

1. Guitar #2 starts off here playing the same eighth note rhythm that we played in pre-chorus, only this time you only play D minor. You will crescendo for a bar using eighth notes to lead into the chorus.

1. Guitar #1 plays the call and response role here as well, now switching to our guitar solo. Before the chorus, you will play some sliding licks and dissonant notes to lead into the chorus.

2. Guitar #1 solos over the entire last chorus, playing a combination of bends, fast legato licks, and rotating melodies.

3. Note that over the 9th and 10th bar the guitar solo is a wall of noise in the original recording. There is another keyboard/guitar type of sound playing here which plays a Dmi melody that I have added into the solo which really works well in that space.

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