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Video Guitar Lesson 12: Arranging parts for bands and situations with two or more guitarists

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Video Guitar Lesson 12: Arranging parts for bands and situations with two or more guitarists In this lesson, Dan and I continue to explore rhythmic patterns, looking in particular at the benefits and problems which arise when playing in situations with multiple guitarists. The focus for the lesson are two songs which I am arranging to play with a band that has in it a drummer, bassist, keyboardist/singer and me and another student of Dan’s on guitar. The two songs are ‘The One I Love’ by REM and ‘Feel Like Making Love’ by Bad Company, but throughout this lesson we look at things which arise in other songs to so that we can apply this to this situation. We look at octaves, open strings, pick up choice, EQ, guitar choice, briefly effects and playing using different inversions and much more. Timings for the SoundCloud audio version 00:02:31 The setup of my band 00:03:24 Introduction to the two songs which we are going to be looking at the parts for 00:05:09 First look at the One I love by REM 00:05:59 What Dan plays for the One I love 00:08:22 Playing a second part over the opening riff using octaves 00:09:15 Second go at the opening riff together 00:11:10 A more meaty second part - playing 5th chords piano style 00:12:30 Option of not playing at all and allowing the other guitarist space 00:13:05 Dynamics in Steve Vai's - the Love of God - using increasing vibrato 00:13:39 Back off at the beginning and as the song starts to take off you increase what you are doing 00:13:46 You want to hit a chorus and have somewhere to go, some punch, some headroom 00:14:00 Using the volume on your guitar 00:14:22 Second demonstration of the piano style part 00:15:12 Money for Nothing is a good example 00:15:22 staccato style like ACDC a Long Way to the Top 00:15:35 Discussion about frequency and where you sit in the mix 00:18:05 Best thing you can do is be mindful of separating your sound from the other guitar 00:20:19 Second part for the Kings of Leon Sex on Fire riff 00:21:13 Recap of advice on frequencies and staying out of eachother's way 00:22:29 Comfortably Numb - so many things to fill the air - use delay 00:24:09 Some effects are very indicative of the time 00:26:11 Second guitar part for after the introduction and during the verse 00:27:40 First way is to play chord shapes up at the 12th fret 00:29:13 Second option with a nice delay and more sparse playing 00:30:00 Third option - start with the Em even higher up the neck 00:31:34 Fourth option - really subtle notes with volume swells and delays 00:32:52 Chorus part 00:33:52 If someone is playing something rhythmic then a good second part could be blocky 00:34:48 Whole Lotta Rosie - ACDC 00:44:33 Humbuckers (e.g. Les Paul) Sad face EQ vs Strat smiley face EQ 00:45:40 Playing using gain - roll the tone back a bit 00:47:20 The middle position on the Les Paul mixing the pups 00:48:23 What's a treble bleed? 00:49:23 Feel Like Making Love - Bad Company 00:51:30 Run Like Hell - Pink Floyd 00:53:20 Rejigging the inversions of the triads 00:56:06 Rejigging the inversions for Feel Like Making Love 00:58:30 Arpeggiated chord part for the verse 00:58:56 Sweet Home Alabama 01:03:39 Similar chord set in Feel Like Making Love so you can do a similar thing 01:05:34 Raising the dynamics for the chorus 01:09:38 Sometimes when you consider parts for songs you can bring some modernity to your parts 01:10:35 Add a dash of your own thing
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Video Guitar Lesson 12: Arranging parts for bands and situations with two or more guitarists In this lesson, Dan and I continue to explore rhythmic patterns, looking in particular at the benefits and problems which arise when playing in situations with multiple guitarists. The focus for the lesson are two songs which I am arranging to play with a band that has in it a drummer, bassist, keyboardist/singer and me and another student of Dan’s on guitar. The two songs are ‘The One I Love’ by REM and ‘Feel Like Making Love’ by Bad Company, but throughout this lesson we look at things which arise in other songs to so that we can apply this to this situation. We look at octaves, open strings, pick up choice, EQ, guitar choice, briefly effects and playing using different inversions and much more. Timings for the SoundCloud audio version 00:02:31 The setup of my band 00:03:24 Introduction to the two songs which we are going to be looking at the parts for 00:05:09 First look at the One I love by REM 00:05:59 What Dan plays for the One I love 00:08:22 Playing a second part over the opening riff using octaves 00:09:15 Second go at the opening riff together 00:11:10 A more meaty second part - playing 5th chords piano style 00:12:30 Option of not playing at all and allowing the other guitarist space 00:13:05 Dynamics in Steve Vai's - the Love of God - using increasing vibrato 00:13:39 Back off at the beginning and as the song starts to take off you increase what you are doing 00:13:46 You want to hit a chorus and have somewhere to go, some punch, some headroom 00:14:00 Using the volume on your guitar 00:14:22 Second demonstration of the piano style part 00:15:12 Money for Nothing is a good example 00:15:22 staccato style like ACDC a Long Way to the Top 00:15:35 Discussion about frequency and where you sit in the mix 00:18:05 Best thing you can do is be mindful of separating your sound from the other guitar 00:20:19 Second part for the Kings of Leon Sex on Fire riff 00:21:13 Recap of advice on frequencies and staying out of eachother's way 00:22:29 Comfortably Numb - so many things to fill the air - use delay 00:24:09 Some effects are very indicative of the time 00:26:11 Second guitar part for after the introduction and during the verse 00:27:40 First way is to play chord shapes up at the 12th fret 00:29:13 Second option with a nice delay and more sparse playing 00:30:00 Third option - start with the Em even higher up the neck 00:31:34 Fourth option - really subtle notes with volume swells and delays 00:32:52 Chorus part 00:33:52 If someone is playing something rhythmic then a good second part could be blocky 00:34:48 Whole Lotta Rosie - ACDC 00:44:33 Humbuckers (e.g. Les Paul) Sad face EQ vs Strat smiley face EQ 00:45:40 Playing using gain - roll the tone back a bit 00:47:20 The middle position on the Les Paul mixing the pups 00:48:23 What's a treble bleed? 00:49:23 Feel Like Making Love - Bad Company 00:51:30 Run Like Hell - Pink Floyd 00:53:20 Rejigging the inversions of the triads 00:56:06 Rejigging the inversions for Feel Like Making Love 00:58:30 Arpeggiated chord part for the verse 00:58:56 Sweet Home Alabama 01:03:39 Similar chord set in Feel Like Making Love so you can do a similar thing 01:05:34 Raising the dynamics for the chorus 01:09:38 Sometimes when you consider parts for songs you can bring some modernity to your parts 01:10:35 Add a dash of your own thing
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