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Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)

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Next we are going to learn the triad shapes that you will play during the main riff played by Guitar #1. This is played by Guitar #2, using a slightly less overdrive tone and some precise rhythms. Here are some key points to help you through it:

1. The chord shapes you are playing on the E, B, and G strings are:
||: Dmi | Gmi | C7 E+ | F :||

2. While guitar #1's motif is eight bars, guitar #2 plays the same four bar phrase twice. The Dmi and Gmi chords are played with the same rhythm while you will change things up for the C7 to E+, as well as for the F.

3. It's important to note that in the original recording, this part varies throughout the song and is played pretty loose in regards to the rhythm. The way I explained the rhythms will help get you through the song but feel free to change it up throughout just make sure you retain the groove of the song.

4. This part sits right in with the piano so make sure to not play too aggressive or loud and stay in rhythm with eighth notes played by the piano.
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