Expand Your Rhythm Guitar Repertoire with Metal Mike’s New Lesson

By MDuffy

July 30, 2014

Metal Mike Chlasciak’s latest column for Guitar World deals with using differed chord voicings that can really expand a rhythm guitarist’s repertoire.

“Within the genre of heavy metal, the art of rhythm guitar can sometimes seem a bit predictable—either root-fifth (or root-fifth-root) chords shifted up and down the fretboard on the same strings, or open low-string pedal tones played against two-note power chords, and little else,” he wrote.

Learn how the expert shredder accomplishes that in the video after the jump.