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All Of Your Ways: First Chorus


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Now we are going to take a look at how to play the choruses of our song. You will hear the chorus four times, and it is played with the same two guitar parts the first three times. The only difference between the choruses is how each of them end. Here are some key points to help you through it:

1. The chords played in the choruses are C, G, Ami, and F.

2. Guitar #1 plays a mixture of barre chords and open chords. Guitar #2 plays sliding octave melodies.

3. The progression during the first chorus is ||: C - G - Ami - F :||, ending with a bar of F using palm muting.

4. The second, third and fourth choruses do not play that extra bar, and simply play that four bar progression twice.

5. The sliding octaves played by guitar #2 all are played using octaves on the E and D strings.

6. All octaves build on different chord tones of each chord.
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