Commonly used chords in math rock

Hi, Steve here. Treat this video as an introductory lesson to math rock guitar techniques. In the video, we look at commonly used chords in math rock and what we can do with them.
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What is Math Rock?

If you are saying to yourself "what is math rock?" then this video may help!

Example 1: Ending to a song I wrote (Part starts from 2:42) 

Key: C Major

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Tab for whole Math Rock idea (the first tappy example I play, it’s called incandescent)

Example 2: Tangled Hair idea

Key: GMajor

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As with everything that you learn, it is important to break whatever it is that you are learning into parts, making it more manageable and less daunting to learn. In addition, try to practice these examples to a metronome, take it slow at fist, and then build up your speed. This way you'll play better and be tighter and be practicing multiple skills all at the same time, very nice.

Best of luck, and I really, really appreciate it if you are taking the time to learn these guitar chord examples I have put together. Thank you for your persistence, and as always, happy practicing.

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