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During each of our choruses, we have an electric guitar coming in with nice overdriven, delayed tone. Playing higher register arpeggios, this part does a great job of lifting the chorus up in the arrangement and is an easy part that you will find in many rock songs in this style.

You will end each chorus the same way with Guitar #2. We are only playing two chords during this part. Over the C, we are playing a C major triad on the E, B, and G strings with an eighth note rhythm.

Over the rest of the chords, you will play the same voicing of C(add2)/G. The notes in order low to high are G, C, and E. You will play the same pattern each time. You will end each chorus with two hits on C on the 13th fret of the B string. While each chorus does end slightly differently, the part Guitar #2 plays is the same.
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