Evanescence Songs

Evanescence
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My Immortal (Made Easy) Evanescence

Mike will show you how to adapt this song for acoustic guitar and learn it in a made easy format with simplified chords and strumming. Any acoustic or electric guitar is suitable to play along with this tutorial. This song uses barre and open chords, dynamics, and a steady strumming pattern.

Published: 10/30/2020 Upgrade
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Bring Me To Life Evanescence

Mike will show you the 3 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean guitar that adapts the piano chords in the intro and outro. Guitar 2 is the main rhythm guitar used throughout, while Guitar 3 adds some melodic octaves in the final chorus. This song uses dynamics, syncopated strumming, palm muting, octaves, and chunky high gain riffing approaches.

Published: 03/14/2020 Upgrade
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Going Under Evanescence

Dave will show you the 2 electric guitar parts in this song. There’s a high gain electric guitar playing rhythm as well as a second playing the solo through a wah-wah effect pedal. This song is in B minor and 4/4 time at a tempo of about 84 BPM.

Published: 04/29/2021 Upgrade
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Everybody's Fool Evanescence

There is 1 acoustic and 1 electric guitar in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that plays a fast arpeggiated riff using a different tuning. Guitar 2 is a high gain crunch electric guitar using dropped D tuning to dig into some massive riffs. This song uses arpeggiation, dropped D power chords, octaves, and palm muting.

Published: 06/23/2022 Upgrade