In this Muse lesson, we are checking out three guitar licks in the style of the 21st century guitar hero, Matt Bellamy. Muse are one of the most creative, forward thinking rock bands in recent years. Combining beautifully crafted classical chord progressions, with screaming guitar parts and a haunting vocal line are bread and butter for Matt Bellamy. Today we are looking at classical triads, a super rocky Phrygian Dominant pedal tone rock riff, and a classic Muse style solo. Matt has a clear classical influence that runs through everything he plays. This four chord progression uses simple triads and is picked to create arpeggios.
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Posted by: DavidClayton. In part 5 of this Lesson we conclude by Analyzing one of the Chord stabs Matt uses when moving from the V chord to the I chord. These two chords may look like the same chord shape but they are acting as two completely different Chords … one a Diminished Chord and the other a Dominant 7 chord. We also discuss how he leads to the D7 chord by first targeting the preceding A7 chord with a Root note followed by Free Guitar Lessons , Matt Schofield. Here we show a simple exercise that you can use to improve your Dynamic awareness and begin to start playing and thinking dynamically.
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Learning these licks will add to your guitar vocabulary and guitar technique whether you play acoustic or electric. Look for tablature at www. This is another great example of mixing the major and blues pentatonics. Tabs at www. This is a great example of mixing the major and blues pentatonics.