RIFF1 Di­a­tonic Pull-offs

Guitar Techniques - - LESSON: HARD ROCK -

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Riff 1

N.C. Di­a­tonic pull offs

N.C.

12 12 12

12

12

10 10 10

10 Ï0 0 0

0

0Ï 9 Ï9 9

10 10 10

10⋲

10⋲

10 10 10

10

10 Ï0 0 0

0 0 ÏÏ0 0 0

10 10 10 Ï10 Ï10 9 Ï9 9

8 8 8

8

Ï8 7 Ï7 7 Ï0 0 0 Ï0 Ï0 ÏÏ0 0 0 8 Ï8 8

8

Ï8 7 Ï7 7 is the re­cur­ring ‘pedal tone’ which gives the ear a ref­er­ence for the tonal

pIiRecOeN.FoMrAthIDesEeN­coSnTd of the riff, the melody notes are all played a 3rd higher, cre­at­ing that clas­sic Iron Maiden style har­mony.

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