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Albert's Bedtime / The Night Feast

by Ambientrage

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Have you ever put your hands down, and suddenly the inspiration comes moments after you do? And so you go to get your guitar, and you start out on your slabs of tones, and then... something so awful happens that it just becomes beautiful?

Most of this wedge is structured upon a rhythm based on tritones, which, if you were to ask me, are one of my favourite forms of intervals, right next to the perfect fifth and what have you. So, basically, you can shift this around as much as you want, but keep in mind that the rhythm is based around series of tritones.

I recommend putting the screamer away, and letting your energy flow into the beautiful wooden body of an acoustic. But, if you want it to truly be the night's feast, then just crank it up with the distortion, and it will truly be the night feast.


h/p - Hammer-on / Pull-off
- forward slide
/ - backward slide
~ - vibrato
xb(y) - bend x to y
xpb(y) - prebend x to y



Base Rhythm set

E|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-----7~------5~-------9~-------10~~~--------------------------------|
A|---6-------4--------8--------9--------------------------------------|
E|-5-------3--------7--------8------------------------=---------------|

[You could palm mute this little slice right here for some added fun, and
instead of applying vibrato to the D string, just bend it up a semitone
or two. It's really your choice.]

== After this, comes many different potential lead parts. ==
== Just pick one you like. ==

Fig. 1

E|---7-8-7------7--------------------------------------------|
B|---------8-7~---7b(9)--5~~~~--5~~~--5~---------------------|
G|-----------------------------------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------|


Fig. 2

E|-5-------------------3--0--3-------------------------------|
B|---6---6-5~~---3~~~--3--0--3-------------------------------|
G|-----7-------5---------------------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------|

Fig. 3

E|----10----11----13~~-10---------------------------10h11h13-|
B|-11----11----11----------13-11-10-------10-10h11h13--------|
G|----------------------------------12-10--------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------|

[This one right here is probably my favourite.
It's especially good for those nights when Albert doesn't hush.
He doesn't like many of my wedges, but he loves the lullabyes.]


For a bit of an extension to this idea, go look at my lick, "Wooden Shed's Lullabye." That one was for the hyperactive chickens that just won't calm down enough... but it's the same general idea. It tries to convey the same thing.

Anyways. For this one, just let your nubs flow, let the energy come out through them, and hear it hit the strings; it could be magnificent.

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