Paul McCartney and Wings Songs

Paul McCartney and Wings
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Mike will show you the 4 guitars in this song. Guitars 1 & 2 are electric guitars that flesh out the first half of the song with rich chord progressions, riffs, and licks. Guitar 3 is an acoustic guitar that drives the second half of the song with simple chord progressions and steady strumming. Guitar 4 is a slide guitar that adds some country-ish fills to the arrangement. this song uses extended chords, diad riffing, steady acoustic strumming with open and barre chords, slide guitar approaches, and dynamics.

Published: 10/02/2020 Upgrade

Dave will show you the 2 guitar parts in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar strumming the light and airy chords while providing rhythm support. Guitar 2 is an electric guitar using a clean to slightly overdriven tone to play the fills peppered throughout the song.

Published: 01/27/2021 Upgrade

Mike will show you the single guitar layer in this song. The song features a main chord progression which is played throughout most of the song. There is also a pre-chorus section that uses a halftime feel, as well as a bridge section that uses some stops and starts to add a cool texture to the arrangement.

Published: 05/27/2021 Upgrade

Mike will show you the 3 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is a slightly overdriven electric guitar that plays the riffs and rhythms throughout. Guitar 2 is an overdriven electric guitar that adds some muted percussive strums and a simple lick in the bridge. Guitar 3 is an overdriven electric guitar that we’ll use to adapt the synth lead.

Published: 07/15/2021 Upgrade