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This song is in standard tuning and is in the key of A Major.

You'll need to be familiar with the power chord shape as well as how to play the D, Dsus2, E, and F#m7 chords.

There are only two chord progressions in this song. The first progression is a repeating 4 bar progression used for everything except the chorus. The second progression is the chorus progression.

What makes this song interesting is the interplay between the two guitars throughout this song. For the purposes of this lesson, guitar 1 will be the guitar you hear in your left speaker, and guitar 2 will refer to the guitar you hear in your right speaker. There is a 3rd overdubbed guitar that plays three fills as well as the solo.

There are a few tones you'll need for this song:

Overdriven Tone: Marshall JCM: 800 Drive @ 9 o'clock, Bass @ 1 o'clock, Mids @ 2 o'clock, Treble @ 12 o'clock

Clean Tone: Fender Twin: Drive @ 1 o'clock, Bass @ 2 o'clock, Mids @ 1 o'clock, Treble @ 12 o'clock

Lead Tone: Marshall JCM 800: Drive @ 9 o'clock, Bass @ 1 o'clock, Mids @ 2 o'clock, Treble @ 12 o'clock. Tube Screamer Drive at 75%.
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