Progressive Metal, Modern Rock

Overture 1928 - Dream Theater

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Learn to play Overture 1928 by Dream Theater. It's an instrumental track full of riffs and solos and a great way to get acquainted with John Petrucci's playing. You'll learn how to use a number of advanced techniques in the context of a great song!

LESSON FILE INCLUDES:

  • Main video
  • 12 close ups played fast and slow
  • 2 speed backing tracks
  • Tab (GP5, GP6 and PDF)
  • Scale charts
  • Lesson description in Word (each section explained separately)
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This song is a great introduction to Dream Theater, it's short and simple but really captures their essence as a band. It's an instrumental track full of riffs and solos and a great way to get acquainted with John Petrucci's playing. The riffs are heavy and tight using odd scales and rhythms, whilst the solos are very melodic and give us a chance to hear the detail of Petrucci's phrasing, expression and feel.

Overall it's a great song that I really enjoy playing and I hope you have as much fun with it as I did!

 

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