The riff during the verse part consists of two different sections. One while the vocals are on and another while the vocals are not there..ie between the vocals. Here are the differences.
Originally Posted by alpha1
1. The Em triad slide is slow and longer in the original. It's fast and shorter in our version.
2. There is a slight difference between guitar and bass in the original. I made modifications to the bass line to be in line with the guitar. This makes the band sound more tighter.
3. In the part of the verse when the vocals go on, in the original he hits the F# note and bends to G with a vibrato. I hit the G note straight. I used to go that F# thingy before but I felt this sounds tighter for the band 'cos the bass player plays the G note. This robs a bit of original groove but results in a tighter sounding band.
4. The original patch is a medium gain patch with low drive and sustain whereas my patch is high gain with high drive and sustain. I always prefer a slow gain patch with low drive and sustain for Rhythm and a high drive patch for solo but I dont have the two channel option like an amp.
Let me know if you find any other differences....
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