Full Access Members Only

I'm Not the Only One: Chorus


Get Full Access Today To Learn

Rape Me

Plus 11,000 More Guitar Lessons.

Product Cost Lessons Instructors Instructor Help New Lessons Return Policy
Guitar Tricks $19.95 11,000+ 45 Instructors Yes Yes, Weekly 60 Days
Guitar Dvd's $30 - $60 20 - 30 1 Instructor No Interaction No No
Guitar Books $20 - $40 30 - 40 1 Instructor No Interaction No No
Other Sites $20 - $40 100 - 500 1-5 Instructor Sometimes Sometimes 3-7 Days
In-person $40 - $80 1 Hour 1 Instructor Yes Yes No
We're not gonna spend too much time talking about the main riff in the choruses because it's mostly just the tone that's different from the main riff. But when we do go in to the chorus you want to hit it hard and loud with distortion very similar to the verses.

However, there are a few cool things that happens as the song progresses. The pick ups going into the choruses for instance, in the first one start on G, and the second one start on Eb open and do hits on the Gb.

And finally going into the last chorus we're gonna start down on E on the first fret and slide all the way up to the 21st fret, a really cool way to set up the chorus.

The last chorus also turns into a outro part where the vocals are sort of chanting and we're still playing the chorus, but here a really interesting additional guitar comes in.

This guitar is really interesting because it's more a linear than all our previous ones and you can really tell how the groove changes. A really cool way of changing the feel of the outro.
Open In New Window
lesson notation