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To Be the One: Chorus Second Half

 

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The chorus uses a wah pedal; I'm using an auto-wah. It begins with octaves starting on D at the 5th fret of the A string. We will use that shape several times in the chorus. To make an octave shape on that string, you just skip a string and a fret.

Then you have your one fingered F power chord. Remember that shape only works as a power chord in dropped D tuning.

Next uses the octave shape at D (the 5th fret) and then F at the 10th fret.

The chorus alternates from those to parts. The first and third time are the same. However, the 4th time through the guitar just stays on that D octave, sliding to it from above and below.
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