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I'm Not Afraid: Chorus Rhythm

 

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There are two guitar parts in the choruses. The last chorus has an extra lead line added as well.

For the most part, the electric guitar just plays simple power chords with all the variations occuring over the final Bbsus2 of each chorus.

The final chorus (chorus 4) is the most complex and involves two note chord inversions along with palm muted open A string picking.

Variation 1: in chorus 1, the final Bb is a simple hit for a beat and a half.

Variation 2: in chorus 2, the final Bb is played twice with 2 16th note pickups on the E.

Variation 3: in chorus 3, the final Bb is played twice with 2 groups of pickups on the E.

Variation 4: in chorus 4, the final Bb is played twice with a 16th note rest between them.
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