Cage The Elephant Songs

Cage The Elephant
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Ain't No Rest For The Wicked Cage The Elephant

Mike will show you the 2 acoustic guitar layers in this song digging into slide riffs and chord strums. Any acoustic guitar can be used for this tutorial, but one with a brighter tone will cut through the band mix better. A slide is also needed to play some of the parts in this tune.

Published: 04/01/2019 Upgrade
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Shake Me Down Cage The Elephant

Mike will show you the 3 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays clean arpeggiated riffs and crunch rhythms throughout. Guitar 2 plays additional parts with both clean and crunch tones. Guitar 3 is a clean guitar with a synced delay effect that adds a simple but atmospheric melody in the verse sections.

Published: 04/26/2019 Upgrade
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Come A Little Closer Cage The Elephant

Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays clean arpeggiations and crunchy riffs. Guitar 2 is a crunch guitar that strums chord progressions and riffs throughout.

Published: 06/03/2019 Upgrade
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Trouble (Cage The Elephant) Cage The Elephant

Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays clean arpeggiated riffs and fuzzed out riffs. Guitar 2 is an acoustic guitar that strums chord progressions throughout.

Published: 07/01/2019 Upgrade
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Cold Cold Cold Cage The Elephant

Mike will show you the 2 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays clean arpeggiated riffs and fuzzed out leads. Guitar 2 is a clean guitar that strums chord progression and adds a few textures throughout. This song has double stops and triads, arpeggiation, open and barre chords, dynamics, and aggressive lead guitar approaches.

Published: 12/23/2019 Upgrade