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So, this is my first lesson, so don't be rough.
(This lesson is for electric guitar, normal tuning, must be distorted and it's easier if you're using a small, bendi pick.)
The main riff
This is what we'll use for this lesson :
Play it using your pick, down and up, down and up.
Try playing it slowly 4-5 times, then play it faster and increase your speed until you think it's enough.
When you're feeling good about playing the riff, add a squeal at the last note, like this -
Try controlling the squeal, change when you're doing it ect.
The complete version is :
Hope you learned something!
I think he means a Artificial Harmonic by squeal.
Squealing is a technique where you use your pick and finger to make the guitar "scream", it's also called "Pinch Harmonics".
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