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Chapter 7: Perpetual Change – How to craft a long riff with no repetition

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Chapter 7: Perpetual Change – How to craft a long riff with no repetition

In this lesson, Mark addresses the interesting and challenging topic of how to craft a long riff idea in which nothing repeats, what he and his Periphery bandmates call “run-on-sentence riffs.” The concept, as he explains and demonstrates, is to create the impression of repetition but without actually repeating anything. Mark demonstrates this approach by playing and teaching the part he plays during the second verse of the Periphery song “Graveless,” which features the use of such musical devices as jagged, angular note contours, jarring rhythms, finger slides, string skipping, wide intervals and phrases that go across the barline.

Genre:

Artist, Hard Rock / Metal, Prog

Difficulty:

Intermediate-Advanced

Tuning:

Down One , Drop D , Whole Step

Techniques Used:

bends, chords, finger slides, octaves, position shifts, string skipping

Artist:

Mark Holcomb, Periphery

Run Time:

9:28


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