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This song features 2 clean electric guitar layers. Guitar 1 uses an arpeggiated approach to ouline the chord progression, while Guitar 2 adds some R&B and rock influenced chord stabs and punches. Guitar 2 also plays an aggressive and energetic guitar solo.

The tune starts out with a dramatic intro, combining the chord arpeggiations from Guitar 1 with some sharp accents from Guitar 2. Next, we kick into the up-tempo, double-time groove of the verse. The chorus changes the chord progression, with both guitars continuing their approach. The guitar solo is fiery and aggressive, with Guitar 1 playing some Chuck Berry-inspired rhythms underneath.

To play this tune using only one guitar, we'll combine parts from both guitar layers to create a composite single performance.

In the following lessons, we'll talk about barre chords, chord arpeggiation, Chuck Berry-style rhythm guitar, and some aggressive pentatonic based soloing. We are in the key of G major, with a 4/4 time signature, at a tempo of 98 BPM.