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Alterno-Riff Tune

Christopher Sung (9641) · [archive]
Style: Alternative · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 170
Pages: 1

Here's a tune I was just fooling around with. Most of the chords have a major 9th stuck in there somewhere (the A, the C and the D). When the G chord is played, I drop the low G on the 6th string, such that the lowest note is the 3rd of the chord (the B on the 5th string). Also, sometimes on the C chord that ends a section, you'll see the open D on the 4th string thrown in (like in measure 10). Knowing a few different ways to imply a C major chord is a good thing. The tab for this sequence shows two of them.

The tinkly arpeggio part is in the 2nd sequence.
Alterno-Riff Tune