#1
I do acoustic stuff, but I don't want my songs to sound all singer/songwriter like. i.e Bob Dylan. I'm genuinely fascinated by what Johnny Marr does, and want to emulate a similiar guitar sound. Can some explain to me what he actually does, what he uses, how he does it etc. Overall I want a jangly guitar sound that uses nice, rich, fuffilling chords, so any suggestion is welcome, thanks!

Edit: I dont mean through tone, I mean through songwriting i.e chords used, techniques and examples of these
Last edited by jdmusic at Oct 22, 2008,
#3
Gretsch or Rickenbacker through a Fender?
Then there's this band called Slice The Cake...

Bunch of faggots putting random riffs together and calling it "progressive" deathcore.
Stupid name.
Probably picked "for teh lulz"

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#6
sorry, i dont mean through tone, i mean chords and technique, hopefully someone has some examples?
#7
Take a chord progression - even a bog standard I IV V.

Play it straight alternate strumming in 4/4 time and you've got a punk rhythm.

Now, take that same progression with the same rhythm but instead split the chords. Rather than playing them straight use the notes withing the chord to pick out a melody, or use the trick of alternating a pedaled root note with the other notes of the chords.

Here, let the man himself tell you

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=GFZJkJrVgGg

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#9
Pick/strum closer to the bridge.
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#12
^ thanks, can you help me out though, what do you mean by voicings?
#13
can anybody help me by what is meant by voicings with any examples please?
#15
the best way is to learn songs by the smiths that are in the style you are trying to learn... so maybe songs like This Charming Man would be good
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