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Riff Lords: Richie Faulkner of Judas Priest

Jun 08, 2021
binding with G but not full G only two notes so again it always bounces off AR play again bad

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just bad it sounds very slow - yes that's the main

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the core of the main verse is ce g IE fg a b i assure you I'm careful, I played it two ways live again and I didn't get kicked again, yeah, but I play, you can play these chords or I play open like this, so it's a little bit more open and a little bit more open so you know that you can play what you feel, and the chorus is again very simple chords.
riff lords richie faulkner of judas priest
I'm touching on that investment of the year again, but you can touch it in a simple way, you can touch up, so it's all based on fact. that is there again and again. I've played a lot of different variations of this but on the record it was very simple, very concise and it sounds like you know the normal chords and it's very simple but again very effective and those guitar sounds capture the notes and the scrapes and crunches that are necessary so you never forget all that guitar sound stuff and I'll play the three riffs again so you can summarize them and yeah, that's it again, it's all in the bridge pickup and most of what's picked up there isn't this.
riff lords richie faulkner of judas priest

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There's really a lot going on here, it's complicated or it needs alternate selection or something, it's a very open CDC, you know, let it play and a lot of what gets chosen for the next song I'm going to break down is the

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s song , other. What's coming from the Screaming for Vengeance album now is a testament to how effective simple riffs can be. I think there are only two dolls in the song, the main part breaks up the bridge section anyway, but the main riff is so simple that I can hear the songs from We Scream for Vengeance when we were making Firepower, and Tom's student showed us old tapes from those sessions back in the day and you could hear the drums in the background.
riff lords richie faulkner of judas priest
They recorded so primitively because they didn't know they were going to take it, they just played it, the guitars were super clean, they're on a 120 reel chassis and it's harder because Glenn put another heavy guitar in the middle, but there was something magical. about them keeping it, so it's much easier and less difficult than you imagine, the guitars are much cleaner, two things happen in the intro: the first guitar does it, which is high and the other gates are layered on top , that's it and together I can't put them together, so together it sounds like this and it's something so simple, it picks up to the end, so it's a transition to a verse, and the verse is the same thing, so what it does there, in Instead of doing the same thing twice, just go down and then, again it's a simple change, but it's very effective to break down the bridge section before the solo section, which is a scream. lead break as usual, uses some open chords, so yeah, they're nice and open, nice and airy, you actually end up on a D and then a Lea break, but other than that that's pretty much all we talk about . before, the simplicity with the vibes and the swagger and all those guitar sounds that are in between each note, you know, what brings it to life, otherwise it would just be flat notes, flat chords, so we've been talking about the power of the riff all the time and there's no better example than the simplicity of what's next, so I'll play those risks again, the main riff, the intro and the verse riff, and I'll also speed up what you know, play them for you too , so I hope everyone learned something and I hope to show you what goes on behind the riffs and how they were made.
riff lords richie faulkner of judas priest
You know, the riffs I did with the band and some of the classic riffs we all grew up with. Seeing the similarities and the DNA that runs through the timeline in some of these risks, which is really important, it gives the band its character and it's at its heart, you know, and hopefully you can put these things in your music when you create your own riffs, move around and play different riffs singing, don't get a bit caught up in the precision, obviously we have to be a certain way and we are all perfectionists when we are right and our thing, but when it gets to the point we are moving and having fun with it, the song just comes to life, the riffs come to life and nine times out of ten, when you're writing, it's the power of the riff, not the complexity, the level of complexity doesn't determine how powerful its concerns are. are the ones you'll see, so I hope you have fun and enjoy it and next time maybe you can show me how to play it right.

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