Freedom is Here (ending)

Here's the ending part of Freedom is Here, with abit of laid back jamming at the end. Also check out this post for the other parts of the song. I used some dotted 8th note delay, its very slight, mainly to make the transition between notes smoother.



(btw, I'm selling my blue guitar tomorrow, so this is its last video!)


Intro/Ending
Can be played using single notes, but i prefer octaves.
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-12-12s14-14s17-17--------------------
-------------------14-14s11-----------
-9--9-s11-11s14-14-----------(x8)-----
-------------------12-12s9------------
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-12-12s14-14s17-17--------------------
-------------------14-14s16-----------
-9--9-s11-11s14-14-----------(x8)-----
-------------------12-12s14-----------
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Synth part (also in most of the other parts of the song)
Had trouble keeping time here as the music was really soft. Sounds a little harsh on the guitar, cld try playing it clean instead. I used slight palm mutes on all the notes save those on the B string.
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-----10-----10---10-------10-----10---10--
-7-9----7-9----7--------9------9----------
----------------------7------7------7-----
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-----9-----9---9------10-----10---10--
---9-----9--------7-9----7-9----7-----
-9-----9-----9------------------------
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Riffs at the outro
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-12h14-14-14--14-14-14-14p12-12-12-12-12-12-12-
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repeat thrice, and on the fourth time play:

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-12h14-14-14--14-14-14-15-15-14-14-12-12-------
-----------------------------------------14-14-
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Alternatively, play this instead of the last four notes
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-16-16-14-14---
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The other riff:
--------------17-17-16-16-14-14-------
-14-14--14-14-------------------17-17-
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repeat thrice, followed by:
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-14-14--14-14-14-15-15-14-14---------------
-----------------------------16-16-14-14---
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9 comments:

Bass94 said...

aww...i liked that guitar :(
who's the lucky buyer?

oh and btw what's the name of the guitar...i like how it looks

Dilpil said...

I really like what youve done with this song. I thought it was impossiable to add a catchy riff over the top but your one is quite good, well done.

jhoe said...

Hi Kenny, how's you doing... just asking, what type of string you using? thanks!

blessed said...

Good bye cool guitar ;-(

PeteR said...

hey kenny, can i ask for a favour here? can u tab out this song for me? its a guitar acoustic open barre chords, but i cant figure out which chord he using .. the song named : "always forever - by phil wickhan"

link below:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlYZaqkl3jA

thanks!! god bless!!

Brent, the one and only, unless your name is Brent said...

Patches used?

Darren said...

Hey there Kenny. Its my first time commenting here, but i think my thousandth time coming to GuitarPraise.

Wonderful of ya to post up these vids. Ive really learned alot from the vids for alot of songs (espcially since i got my Squire Strat a month ago). =)

God bless you and keep the flame for Christ burnin! =)

david said...

The link doesnt link right...it links to youtube instead

Idk if this intentional but I'm just informing you XD

Luis said...

Kenny answered the first poster?
I know he's not that busy.
Anyway that guitar is an Ibanez SZ520,

I own an SZ320 which is essentially the same guitar but with a black finish and no flame marker on the 12th fret.