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What It's Like: Second Pre-Chorus


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Our second pre-chorus introduces a third guitar playing an easy melody that helps break it the second time around. Here are some key points to help you through our second pre-chorus.

1. There are two main differences between the second and first pre-chorus; one being an additional guitar, and the other is how it ends.

2. A third guitar enters at the end of the verse, playing single note melodies throughout the pre-chorus. The chords it outlines are A7, Bmi7, A7, and than lands on E on the B string.

3. The end of the pre-chorus see's Guitar 1 playing a muted, power chord crescendo on A leading into the second chorus.
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