Dokken Songs

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Dave will show you all the rocking guitar layers in this tune that starts out quiet and sneaky with finger-plucked diads. Eventually it blasts into huge swaggering riffs and dynamic variations from quiet to blasting, all over a deep rocking groove. There's also a short, but tasty guitar solo.

Published: 10/02/2017

Dave will show you two overdriven electric guitar parts in this arena rocker. Guitar 1 plays the rhythm parts while Guitar 2 plays the melodic guitar solo with plenty of dramatic bends and vibrato.

Published: 10/21/2021

Mike will show you the 3 electric guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar that plays some arpeggiated riffs, while Guitar 2 is a crunch rhythm guitar digging into power chords. Guitar 3 is the lead guitar that plays a melodic solo and fills. This song uses chord arpeggiation, open chords and power chords, palm muting, dynamics, and some textbook 80s rock lead guitar approaches.

Published: 02/17/2022

There are two electric guitars using huge 80s overdriven Marshall tones in this 80s arena rocker. Guitar 1 plays the rhythm and riffs, while Guitar 2 plays the lead fills, main solo, and outro solo. This song uses palm muted power chord riffing, triads and fast all downstroke 8th note rhythms, as well as lead techniques including pinch harmonics, vibrato, and legato.

Published: 07/08/2022