Satchel http://www.guitarworld.com/taxonomy/term/1575/all en Man of Steel with Steel Panther's Satchel: Tips for Keeping Your Chops Warmed Up and Razor Sharp — Video http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-tips-keeping-your-chops-warmed-and-razor-sharp-video <!--paging_filter--><p><em>These videos and audio files are bonus content related to the May 2015 issue of </em>Guitar World<em>. For the full range of interviews, features, tabs and more, pick up the new issue on newsstands now or at the <a href="http://guitarworld.myshopify.com/collections/guitar-world/products/guitar-world-may-15-joan-jett?&amp;utm_source=gw_homepage&amp;utm_medium=article&amp;utm_campaign=May2015VideosPage">Guitar World Online Store</a>.</em></p> <p>A question I’m often asked, aside from, “How can you possibly be that good looking?” is, “What do you do to warm up?”</p> <p>Personally, I don’t think about warming up that much, maybe not as much as most players do. But we’ve been touring a lot lately, and, especially in Europe, there just aren’t any heaters anywhere. </p> <p>So, basically, I am freezing all day long. Then I’m given a guitar five minutes before we go onstage, and I’m expected to be able to burn right from the start! And there I am, frozen to the bone. So I will usually grab my guitar a few minutes before the show and play through a bunch of the riffs and patterns illustrated in this month’s column. </p> <p> It’s good to have your fingers warmed up a little for when that first solo comes along in the first song, so one of the things I like to warm up with are legato exercises, where I’ll pick the string once and then sound a long series of notes in a repeating phrase using only hammers-ons and pull-offs. </p> <p>A good example of something I’ll warm up with is the lick shown in <strong>FIGURE 1</strong>, which is a repeating six-note sequence performed entirely on the high E string. Play the lick over and over, speeding up and slowing down while striving to articulate every note as clearly as possible. The first note, G, 15th fret, is fretted with the pinkie, followed by a pull-off to D, 10th fret, fretted with the index finger. </p> <p>I then hammer onto the 12th fret with my middle finger to sound E, followed by another hammer up to the initial G note, and then a double pull-off back down the string to E and D. The sequence then repeats on each subsequent downbeat, but I hammer-on back up to the initial high G, so that the rest of the phrase is performed entirely with hammers and pulls, which is great for developing good fret-hand “traction.”</p> <p><strong><a href="http://guitarworld.myshopify.com/collections/guitar-world/products/guitar-world-may-15-joan-jett?&amp;utm_source=gw_homepage&amp;utm_medium=article&amp;utm_campaign=May2015VideosPage">For the rest of this column, including the tabs, check out the May 2015 issue of Guitar World.</a></strong></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZzHeEGmjr2M" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-tips-keeping-your-chops-warmed-and-razor-sharp-video#comments Man of Steel May 2015 Satchel Steel Panther Videos News Lessons Magazine Wed, 25 Mar 2015 20:35:49 +0000 Steel Panther&#039;s Satchel 23798 at http://www.guitarworld.com Man of Steel with Steel Panther's Satchel: How to Play "If You Really, Really Love Me" — Video http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-how-play-if-you-really-really-love-me-video <!--paging_filter--><p><em>These videos and audio files are bonus content related to the April 2015 issue of </em>Guitar World<em>. For the full range of interviews, features, tabs and more, pick up the new issue on newsstands now or at the <a href="http://guitarworld.myshopify.com/collections/guitar-world/products/guitar-world-april-15-abasi-satriani-govan?&amp;utm_source=gw_homepage&amp;utm_medium=article&amp;utm_campaign=April2015VideosPage">Guitar World Online Store</a>.</em></p> <p>When you see me holding an acoustic guitar, I know what you’re thinking...Satchel! Have you gone country? </p> <p>Hey, if I just played music to become rich, then yes, I’d go country. But I'm a metal guitar player, and I play the guitar because I love metal! A lot of great metal music features the acoustic guitar all over the place. Go ask Jimmy Page!</p> <p> Our unbelievably good album, <em>Balls Out</em>, features the song “If You Really, Really Love Me,” for which I performed the rhythm guitar tracks on acoustic and played the solo on electric. </p> <p><strong>FIGURE 1</strong> shows the verse rhythm part: for every chord in this progression, I include the open top two strings, which fills out the sound of the chords while also widening them harmonically. For example, the first chord is constructed from a fretted B5 power chord shape on the A, D and G strings but also includes the open B and high E strings. </p> <p>The B string doubles the root note while the high E string adds the fourth, resulting in a Bsus4 chord, or B5add4. For the second chord, I lift my ring finger off the D string and move my index finger from the A string over to the D string’s second fret, while keeping the top three strings the same as the previous chord, with the pinkie still planted on the G string’s fourth fret. </p> <p><strong><a href="http://guitarworld.myshopify.com/collections/guitar-world/products/guitar-world-april-15-abasi-satriani-govan?&amp;utm_source=gw_homepage&amp;utm_medium=article&amp;utm_campaign=April2015VideosPage">For the rest of this column, including the tabs, check out the April 2015 issue of Guitar World.</a></strong></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/hrNhzHFqRP0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/HAvXHpLwJA4" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-how-play-if-you-really-really-love-me-video#comments April 2015 Man of Steel Satchel Steel Panther Videos News Lessons Magazine Sat, 28 Feb 2015 16:18:01 +0000 Steel Panther&#039;s Satchel 23613 at http://www.guitarworld.com Man of Steel with Steel Panther's Satchel: How to Play the Bridge and Guitar Solo from “Gang Bang at the Old Folk’s Home” http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-how-play-bridge-and-guitar-solo-gang-bang-old-folk-s-home <!--paging_filter--><p>Hey! Satchel here, with part two of our look at the Steel Panther classic, “Gang Bang at the Old Folk’s Home,” from our latest release, <em>All You Can Eat</em>. </p> <p>It never gets old, does it? I mean, it does get old, no pun intended, but no matter how old it gets, it’s still fun—that’s what I’m trying to say! This month we are going to examine the bitchin’ bridge and solo sections of this bitchin’ song.</p> <p>As opposed to the all-downstroked verse section, the bridge section, illustrated in <strong>FIGURE 1</strong>, is very strummy in that it is played with a basic strum pattern of steady 16th notes performed with alternate (down-up) picking. </p> <p>In this figure, I switch between bars of steadily strummed 16th notes and bars with either sparse chordal hits or combinations of two-note chords and single notes, which balance well against the feel of the steadily strummed chords. Notice in particular the fast pull-off riff in bar 4. Fretting with the ring and index fingers, I repeatedly pull off from the fourth fret to the second fret and then to the open string across the third, fourth and fifth strings before moving back into power-chord accents.</p> <p>At 14 bars, this figure is relatively long, and bars 9–14 represent the rhythm part I play underneath the guitar solo. Including the first and second endings, this part works out to be eight bars long (the last chord, B5, actually is sustained through the ninth bar and final bar of the solo section). The bridge section is played in the key of A, and the latter part of the figure, starting at F#5 and used for the guitar solo, represents a shift to the key of F# minor, the relative minor key of A major. </p> <p><strong>FIGURE 2</strong> depicts the guitar solo played over bars 9–14. For the solo licks, I rely primarily on the F# minor pentatonic scale (F# A B C# E) in bars 1–7. Keep in mind that these notes also comprise the A major pentatonic scale (A B C# E F#), the five-tone scale associated with the relative major chord of F# minor, A major. </p> <p>I actually did not play this solo on the record. (I know, it’s the best solo on the record, and it’s the only one I didn’t play!) We were very fortunate to have the great Vivian Campbell of Def Leppard come into the studio and record the guitar solo for the track. But I do perform the solo live, and the example shown here represents my take on Viv’s approach. I begin with whole-step bends on the G string and dig in with the pick hand, getting the edge of the thumb into the attack in order to attain a series of pinch harmonics (P.H.). </p> <p>In bars 1–3, I simply move freely through F# minor pentatonic in second through fifth positions, and I end the phrase in bar 3 by sounding the flatted fifth, C, which is heavily vibrato-ed. Bar 5 is made up of an octave-based pattern between two F# notes on the third and first strings, after which the lower F# alternates against descending higher notes. The solo ends with sliding two-note forms sixths apart, fretted on the D and B strings and decorated with some whammy bar dips. </p> <p><img src="/files/imce-images/Screen%20Shot%202015-02-03%20at%201.59.54%20PM.png" width="620" height="607" alt="Screen Shot 2015-02-03 at 1.59.54 PM.png" /></p> <p><img src="/files/imce-images/Screen%20Shot%202015-02-03%20at%202.00.08%20PM.png" width="620" height="251" alt="Screen Shot 2015-02-03 at 2.00.08 PM.png" /></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/uSIYRm0vflQ" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p><em>Satchel is the guitarist for Eighties-inspired glam-metal act Steel Panther. Their latest albums is 2014's </em>All You Can Eat.</p> http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-how-play-bridge-and-guitar-solo-gang-bang-old-folk-s-home#comments January 2015 Man of Steel Satchel Steel Panther Videos Blogs News Lessons Magazine Tue, 03 Feb 2015 19:04:25 +0000 Steel Panther&#039;s Satchel 23006 at http://www.guitarworld.com Man of Steel with Steel Panther's Satchel: Using Classical-Style Arpeggios, and How to Play the Solo in “Weenie Ride” — Video http://www.guitarworld.com/steel-panthers-satchel-using-classical-style-arpeggios-how-play-weenie-ride-video <!--paging_filter--><p><em>These videos and audio files are bonus content related to the March 2015 issue of </em>Guitar World<em>. For the full range of interviews, features, tabs and more, pick up the new issue on newsstands now or at the <a href="http://guitarworld.myshopify.com/collections/guitar-world/products/guitar-world-march-15-black-sabbath?&amp;utm_source=gw_homepage&amp;utm_medium=article&amp;utm_campaign=March2015VideosPage">Guitar World Online Store</a>.</em></p> <p>This month I’d like to tell you about a Steel Panther song called “Weenie Ride,” from our multi-maxi-selling 2012 album, <em>Balls Out</em>.</p> <p>“Weenie Ride” was our very first piano ballad. Our first album, <em>Feel the Steel</em>, was a huge hit in Asian countries, and everyone knows that they love piano over there, so we decided to include a piano ballad on our next record. Pretty smart, right? </p> <p>Also, when I go to Disneyland I usually see a lot of Asians, and there are a lot of rides at Disneyland, most of them with long lines. So I put two and two together and wrote “Weenie Ride,” which, by the way, has a much shorter line! Just jump right on!</p> <p> “Weenie Ride” is built around a piano part in the key of A minor. There is, of course, a bitchin’ guitar solo in the song, which I am going to show you in this column. A note about the guitar tuning: I always tune down one half step, like Eddie Van Halen. But when we recorded “Weenie Ride,” I played the solo on a standard-tuned guitar. </p> <p><strong><a href="http://guitarworld.myshopify.com/collections/guitar-world/products/guitar-world-march-15-black-sabbath?&amp;utm_source=gw_homepage&amp;utm_medium=article&amp;utm_campaign=March2015VideosPage">For the rest of this column, including the tabs, check out the March 2015 issue of Guitar World.</a></strong></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/hMgLWFL_Rfs" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/steel-panthers-satchel-using-classical-style-arpeggios-how-play-weenie-ride-video#comments Man of Steel March 2015 Satchel Steel Panther Videos News Lessons Magazine Thu, 29 Jan 2015 22:18:30 +0000 Steel Panther&#039;s Satchel 23395 at http://www.guitarworld.com NAMM 2015: Steel Panther's Satchel on the Prowl at the NAMM Show — Video http://www.guitarworld.com/namm-2015-steel-panthers-satchel-prowl-namm-show-part-1 <!--paging_filter--><p>Not long before hitting the Grove of Anaheim stage for NAMMJAM2015 this past Friday night, Steel Panther guitarist (and beloved <em>Guitar World</em> columnist) Satchel went on the prowl on the NAMM Show floor.</p> <p>Of course, <em>Guitar World</em>'s video cameras were there to capture every awesome minute of it! </p> <p>You can check out parts one, two and three of Satchel's bizarre NAMM Show stroll below. </p> <p>As always, enjoy!</p> <p><strong>For more NAMM 2015 coverage, visit <a href="http://www.guitarworld.com/tags/namm-2015">GuitarWorld.com's official NAMM 2015 Zone,</a> get updates on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/GuitarWorld">Facebook</a> and photos and more on <a href="https://twitter.com/GuitarWorld">Twitter</a> and <a href="http://instagram.com/guitarworldmagazine">Instagram.</a> It's like you're at the show!</strong></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/0MWgpH1qyv8" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/FA_Fh6JOXx4" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/wPwup_LsvSI" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/namm-2015-steel-panthers-satchel-prowl-namm-show-part-1#comments NAMM 2015 NAMM 2015 video Satchel Steel Panther Videos News Sat, 24 Jan 2015 22:26:32 +0000 Guitar World Staff 23362 at http://www.guitarworld.com Man of Steel with Steel Panther's Satchel: The Beauty of an Acoustic Ballad, and How to Play “The Girl From Oklahoma” http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-how-play-girl-oklahoma <!--paging_filter--><p><em>These videos and audio files are bonus content related to the February 2015 issue of </em>Guitar World<em>. For the full range of interviews, features, tabs and more, pick up the new issue on newsstands now or at the <a href="http://guitarworld.myshopify.com/collections/guitar-world/products/guitar-world-february-15-the-ultimate-dime-tribute-issue?&amp;utm_source=gw_homepage&amp;utm_medium=article&amp;utm_campaign=Feb2015VideosPage">Guitar World Online Store</a>.</em></p> <p>Can anyone deny the beauty of the perfect acoustic metal power ballad? </p> <p>I, for one, cannot! Steel Panther’s debut release, <em>Feel the Steel,</em> features the much requested “The Girl from Oklahoma,” which is a great example of a song played in this style. And believe me, the song is a hell of a lot better looking than the girl.</p> <p> All of the song’s guitar parts are performed on an acoustic, tuned down one half step. I fingerpick all the rhythm parts, using my thumb to pick the bass notes on the bottom two strings and my middle finger, ring finger and pinkie to pick the higher strings. </p> <p>I don’t use my index finger because it’s clasping the pick in the crook of its knuckle, allowing easy access to it when I switch to flatpicking for the guitar solo. </p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/msafkrBCDok" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-how-play-girl-oklahoma#comments February 2015 Man of Steel Satchel Steel Panther Videos News Lessons Magazine Tue, 06 Jan 2015 16:33:34 +0000 Steel Panther&#039;s Satchel 23198 at http://www.guitarworld.com Steel Panther's Satchel Demos Yamaha THR10X Amp, Plays AC/DC Riffs and More — Video http://www.guitarworld.com/steel-panthers-satchel-demos-yamaha-thr10x-amp-plays-acdc-riffs-and-more-video <!--paging_filter--><p>In the video below, Steel Panther's Satchel discusses some of his influences, plays a few of his favorite riffs (including a fair amount of AC/DC) and, most importantly, demos the Yamaha THR10X guitar amp.</p> <p>Check it out below and tell us what you think of the amp in the comments or on Facebook!</p> <p>For more about Yamaha's THR series, visit <A href="http://www.yamaha.com/thr/">yamaha.com/thr/</a>.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/Vr7NQHrLQxY" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/steel-panthers-satchel-demos-yamaha-thr10x-amp-plays-acdc-riffs-and-more-video#comments Satchel Steel Panther Yamaha Videos Amps News Gear Tue, 18 Nov 2014 20:39:58 +0000 Guitar World Staff 22754 at http://www.guitarworld.com Man of Steel with Steel Panther's Satchel: Using All Downstrokes, and How to Play “Gang Bang at the Old Folk’s Home” http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-using-all-downstrokes-and-how-play-gang-bang-old-folk-s-home <!--paging_filter--><p><em>These videos and audio files are bonus content related to the Holiday 2014 issue of </em>Guitar World<em>. For the full range of interviews, features, tabs and more, pick up the new issue on newsstands now or at the <a href="http://guitarworld.myshopify.com/collections/guitar-world/products/guitar-world-holiday-14-led-zeppelin?&amp;utm_source=gw_homepage&amp;utm_medium=article&amp;utm_campaign=Holiday2014VideosPage">Guitar World Online Store</a>.</em></p> <p>If I had to pick the greatest thing about being in a metal band like Steel Panther, it would probably be a tossup between the non-stop partying and the fact that we party hard all the time! </p> <p>That’s pretty much the same thing, I guess. Anyway, all of that partying has a purpose, because it helps to inspire great songs, like this month’s selection, <em>All You Can Eat’s</em> “Gang Bang at the Old Folk’s Home.” </p> <p>I love the rhythm guitar part in this tune, because when I play it, I feel like James Hetfield from Metallica due to the non-stop use of all downstrokes with the pick-hand, something Hetfield has turned into an art form. 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This month, I’d like to focus on the rhythm and lead guitar parts to a tender love song I wrote called “Glory Hole.” </p> <p>This song is played in drop-D tuning down one half step (low to high, Db Ab Db Gb Bb Eb). Another twist is that the transcribed examples in this column, while written in 4/4, are meant to be played with a triplet feel, which is akin to a 12/8 shuffle-type feel. </p> <p>This means that each pair of eighth notes is to be played as a quarter note and an eighth note within a triplet bracket. If an eighth-note triplet were to sound “DA-da-da,” or “ONE-trip-let,” the idea is to combine the first two notes to sound a quarter note that sustains through the first two eighth notes of the eighth-note triplet (ONE-trip), followed by the remaining eighth note of the triplet (-let), resulting in a rhythm of “DAAA-da-DAAA-da-DAAA-da-DAAA-da.” </p> <p> The solo section of “Glory Hole” is 16 bars long, and <strong>FIGURE 1</strong> illustrates the rhythm part behind it. The section is basically in the key of D major, though I do take some liberties and play a bit outside the key center in order to create a little bit of a “twisted” feel. </p> <p> The rhythm part begins with a B5 power chord fretted on the fifth and fourth strings. Playing this chord in this position allows me to repeatedly pull off from B at the second fret of the fifth string to the open A note. Also, when tuned to drop-D, I can easily play three-string power chords by barring a single fret-hand finger across the bottom three strings at any given fret, as I do for the F5 and G5 power chords, as well as sound the D5 power chord by simply strumming the open bottom three strings.</p> <p> There is a “relative minor/major” axis during the solo section (see <strong>FIGURE 2</strong>), as I alternate between the chords B5, the relative minor, and D, the relative major. The twist is provided by using a combination of B minor pentatonic (B D E F# A) and D minor pentatonic (D F G A C) over the B5 chord, with the F notes bent up a half step to F#, the major third, over D. </p> <p> Note also the tremolo picking technique used in bar 13 of the solo, as well as the crazy symmetrical lick, based on the D blues scale (D F G Ab A C) that moves from bar 15 into bar 16. Though written as quintuplets (groups of five notes per beat), I simply think of this as trying to “cram too much stuff into a small space”…which seems appropriate for a song called, “Glory Hole.” See you next month!</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/bQtCFZjqFEY?list=UUqHkFMEmOPFO3ahcrrBAj4w" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p><img src="/files/imce-images/Screen%20Shot%202014-10-28%20at%2011.19.31%20AM.png" width="620" height="619" alt="Screen Shot 2014-10-28 at 11.19.31 AM.png" /><br /> <img src="/files/imce-images/Screen%20Shot%202014-10-28%20at%2011.24.01%20AM.png" width="620" height="330" alt="Screen Shot 2014-10-28 at 11.24.01 AM.png" /></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-triplet-feels-drop-d-riffing-and-how-play-glory-hole#comments Man of Steel November 2014 Satchel Steel Panther Videos News Lessons Magazine Tue, 28 Oct 2014 15:26:29 +0000 Steel Panther&#039;s Satchel 22314 at http://www.guitarworld.com Man of Steel with Steel Panther's Satchel: Sliding Power Chords, Shuffle Riffs, Chromatic Movement and How to Play “10 Strikes You’re Out” http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-sliding-power-chords-shuffle-riffs-chromatic-movement-and-how-play-10-strikes-you-re-out <!--paging_filter--><p><em>These videos and audio files are bonus content related to the December 2014 issue of </em>Guitar World<em>. For the full range of interviews, features, tabs and more, pick up the new issue on newsstands now or at the <a href="http://guitarworld.myshopify.com/collections/guitar-world/products/guitar-world-december-14-slipknot/?&amp;utm_source=gw_homepage&amp;utm_medium=article&amp;utm_campaign=DecemberVideosPage">Guitar World Online Store</a>.</em></p> <p>Last month I showed you how I play the Steel Panther song “If I Was the King,” from our latest album, <em>All You Can Eat.</em> </p> <p>I described that song as a “heavy metal shuffle,” because of its triplet-based rhythmic feel, and this month’s tune, “10 Strikes You’re Out,” falls into the same category. </p> <p>A shuffle, by the way, is sometimes notated in 12/8 meter, which is based on four beats of eighth-note triplets per bar, but a shuffle can also be written in 4/4, using triplet brackets where needed and indicating that the eighth notes are to be “swung,” which is what I’ve done for this month’s column. </p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/qJAFwXeDtPs" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-sliding-power-chords-shuffle-riffs-chromatic-movement-and-how-play-10-strikes-you-re-out#comments December 2014 Man of Steel Satchel Steel Panther Videos News Lessons Magazine Thu, 09 Oct 2014 15:45:41 +0000 Steel Panther&#039;s Satchel 22528 at http://www.guitarworld.com Man of Steel with Steel Panther's Satchel: How I Play “If I Was the King” http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-how-i-play-if-i-was-king <!--paging_filter--><p>Hey, kids, I’m back! Did you miss me? Don’t answer that. Here I am, back in the glorious <em>Guitar World</em> studios in Bakersfield, California.</p> <p> Why am I back? Uh…to teach you how to rock, that’s why! I’m also here to talk about the brand-new Steel Panther album, <em>All You Can Eat</em>, which you are no doubt listening to right now! I came back just so that I could teach you how to play some of the incredible riffs on our new record, and I’d like to start with the song “If I Was the King.” </p> <p>This song is pretty basic rock and roll in that just about everything in it is based on either the minor pentatonic scale or the blues scale—the biggest scales in rock, right? These scales come in handy. </p> <p> Don’t just practice the Phrygian and Mixolydian modes—you should be basing everything on the blues and minor pentatonic scales. You might not listen to B.B. King very much, but everything he played is the foundation for all that Testament and Megadeth stuff you listen to, and it’s the foundation of Steel Panther’s music too.</p> <p> “If I Was the King” can pretty much be summed up as a “heavy-metal shuffle.” <strong>FIGURE 1</strong> illustrates the tune’s primary rhythm part, which is built around a steady power-chord climb up the bottom two strings, played alternately against the open low E string, which functions as a pedal tone. The climb is based on the E blues scale (E G A Bb B D) with the inclusion of F#, the major second.</p> <p> In bar 2, on the upbeat of beat two, I fret the D note on the A string’s fifth fret and, while bending it up a quarter tone by pushing the string away from my palm, I simultaneously pick the open D string, just as Jimmy Page did in Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love.” In bar 4, I end with a quick Bb-to-A pull-off on the A string and end the phrase with a low G note. The song’s next riff (<strong>FIGURE 2</strong>) is simple and based almost entirely on power chords with the occasional single-note riff thrown in.</p> <p> My guitar solo (<strong>FIGURE 3</strong>) begins on the four chord, A5, and I start with slow, basic phrases built around A minor pentatonic (A C D E G). Notice how I use gradual bends and wide vibratos to give the solo a bluesy feel. By the end of bar 3, the chord progression works its way back to the one chord, E5, and I do the same with the single-note lick, landing back on E at the end of bar 3. </p> <p>In bar 5, I wait until beat two to come back in and start with a big, Albert King–style bend-and-release, saving the fancy licks for bar 7. There, over C5, I play an arpeggiated figure that can be interpreted as either C6 or Am, as it’s based on the notes of an A minor triad, A C and E (with a D# passing tone thrown in). </p> <p>This line then shifts to quick, alternating pulloffs to the open G string, followed by a transition to B5 and a lick based on B minor pentatonic (B D E F# A). Overall, it’s a pretty simple solo, but there are some cool twists in there to keep it interesting.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/b5X0KBeRRLc" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p><img src="/files/imce-images/Screen%20Shot%202014-10-06%20at%201.36.56%20PM.png" width="620" height="606" alt="Screen Shot 2014-10-06 at 1.36.56 PM.png" /></p> <p><img src="/files/imce-images/Screen%20Shot%202014-10-06%20at%201.37.10%20PM.png" width="620" height="255" alt="Screen Shot 2014-10-06 at 1.37.10 PM.png" /></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-how-i-play-if-i-was-king#comments Man of Steel October 2014 Satchel Steel Panther Videos News Lessons Magazine Mon, 06 Oct 2014 18:07:06 +0000 Steel Panther&#039;s Satchel 22104 at http://www.guitarworld.com Man of Steel with Steel Panther's Satchel: The Benefits of Simplicity, and How to Play “Community Property” http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-benefits-simplicity-and-how-play-community-property <!--paging_filter--><p>For this month’s column, we’re going to focus on a Steel Panther song that is so great and so hooky, it’s pretty much impossible to imagine that it even exists. “Community Property,” from our 2009 album, <em>Feel the Steel</em>, contains a grand total of four chords, which, to me, is a good thing. Simplicity can be great.</p> <p>For example, I want all of my girlfriends to only have one vagina. That’s enough for me. </p> <p> <strong>FIGURE 1</strong> illustrates the song’s opening chord sequence. The coolest thing about these chords is that they all incorporate the open top two strings, and I only have to move one finger to switch from one chord to the next. When I go from Asus2 to C#m7, I add the ring finger at the fourth fret on the A string. To switch from C#m7 to Bsus4, the index finger moves down to the A string’s second fret while the ring finger moves up to the fourth fret on the D string.</p> <p> Simple! The quick shifts between Bsus4 and E5 are made by lifting the ring finger while simultaneously barring the index finger across the A and D strings at the second fret. Even simpler!</p> <p> The chorus section uses the same chords, as shown in <strong>FIGURE 2</strong>. The song is in the key of E major, so this progression is known as a basic I-IV–V (“one-four-five”) in E. Notice that the E note on the D string and the B note on the G string never move; they stay in the same position for all of the chords. Brilliant, right? I know, because it cost a lot of money to hire the team of songwriters that wrote the song. </p> <p> Even the bridge section uses the same chords (see <strong>FIGURE 3</strong>), and this progression is the one I solo on. I’ve gotten more girls on my jock from this one song than you’ve had in your life—and I don’t even know how old you are! <strong>FIGURE 4</strong> illustrates the solo, which, overall, is very melodic and is based on the notes of the E major scale (E F# G# A B C# D#). </p> <p> I end the solo, however, with a very fast tapping phrase. On the top two strings, I use my middle finger to tap at the 19th fret while pulling off between the 16th, 14th and 12th frets. The tap then moves down to the 18th fret, and the lowest fret-hand note moves up to the 13th fret. </p> <p> Practice this lick slowly and build up the speed because it’s, like, bitchin’ly hard to do. This is the last installment of Man of Steel. Thanks for reading, and I hope you’ve learned nearly as much as I have over the course of these lessons. See you on the road, bitches!</p> <p><strong>PART ONE</strong></p> <!-- Start of Brightcove Player --><!-- Start of Brightcove Player --><div style="display:none"> </div> <!-- By use of this code snippet, I agree to the Brightcove Publisher T and C found at https://accounts.brightcove.com/en/terms-and-conditions/. --><!-- By use of this code snippet, I agree to the Brightcove Publisher T and C found at https://accounts.brightcove.com/en/terms-and-conditions/. --><script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript" src="http://admin.brightcove.com/js/BrightcoveExperiences.js"></script><object id="myExperience2888567753001" class="BrightcoveExperience"> <param name="bgcolor" value="#FFFFFF" /> <param name="width" value="620" /> <param name="height" value="348" /> <param name="playerID" value="798983031001" /> <param name="playerKey" value="AQ~~,AAAAj36EdAk~,0qwz1H1Ey92wZ6vLZcchClKTXdFbuP3P" /> <param name="isVid" value="true" /> <param name="isUI" value="true" /> <param name="dynamicStreaming" value="true" /> <param name="@videoPlayer" value="2888567753001" /> </object><!-- This script tag will cause the Brightcove Players defined above it to be created as soon as the line is read by the browser. 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The next step is to build from this lick to make the solo more interesting. </p> <p> In <strong>FIGURE 2</strong>, I start with the same basic shape, but by beat three I’ve moved the three-note idea over to the top two strings, and by beat four I’ve added a quick hammer/pull on the high E string. The initial simple three-note idea already sounds much more interesting and exciting.</p> <p> In bar 2, I alternate 16th-note triplets that include a D note at the B string’s 15th fret and an F# at the 14th fret of the high E string with 16th-note triplets that invert the fingering, so that a C# note is played at the 14th fret of the B string along with a G note on the high E string’s 15th fret. </p> <p> As I play this lick, I stick with my first three fingers throughout, switching the order in which the fingers fall on the fretboard in a kind of random way. This approach brings other scales into play, such as the E blues scale (E G A Bb B D) and the E Dorian mode (E F# G A B C# D). By the time I get to bar 4 of FIGURE 2, I switch over to licks based on E minor pentatonic, and, of course, I end with a big whammy bar dive after pulling off to the open G string.</p> <p> <strong>FIGURE 3</strong> offers another example of how to reach up to some different notes, such as the high A at the 17th fret on the high E string. Changing these shapes ever so slightly results in licks that sound very different from one another. </p> <p> In <strong>FIGURE 4</strong>, I begin with the same basic idea as before, but starting on beat four of bar 1 I incorporate a repeated motive: while staying within the structure of E Aeolian (E F# G A B C D), I follow an ascending note slide on the B string with two consecutive scale tones on the high E and repeatedly move up the neck through various scale positions. This technique gives the solo a lot of forward motion and sounds great, especially if you end with a big-ass high-bend vibrato, like I do.</p> <!-- Start of Brightcove Player --><!-- Start of Brightcove Player --><div style="display:none"> </div> <!-- By use of this code snippet, I agree to the Brightcove Publisher T and C found at https://accounts.brightcove.com/en/terms-and-conditions/. --><!-- By use of this code snippet, I agree to the Brightcove Publisher T and C found at https://accounts.brightcove.com/en/terms-and-conditions/. --><script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript" src="http://admin.brightcove.com/js/BrightcoveExperiences.js"></script><object id="myExperience2793425291001" class="BrightcoveExperience"> <param name="bgcolor" value="#FFFFFF" /> <param name="width" value="620" /> <param name="height" value="348" /> <param name="playerID" value="798983031001" /> <param name="playerKey" value="AQ~~,AAAAj36EdAk~,0qwz1H1Ey92wZ6vLZcchClKTXdFbuP3P" /> <param name="isVid" value="true" /> <param name="isUI" value="true" /> <param name="dynamicStreaming" value="true" /> <param name="@videoPlayer" value="2793425291001" /> </object><!-- This script tag will cause the Brightcove Players defined above it to be created as soon as the line is read by the browser. 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I wish you could reach back from the future into the past and tell me the title, but I guess you can’t. Regardless of the title, it will no doubt be the all-time heaviest heavy metal album ever made…by us.</p> <p> The song I’d like to focus on here is a little ditty I call “Glory Hole.” It’s played in drop-D tuning down one half step (low to high, Db Ab Db Gb Bb Eb). If you are in standard tuning, simply tune your entire guitar down one half step, and then tune the sixth string down an additional whole step.</p> <p> The song’s primarily lick, shown in <strong>FIGURE 1</strong>, is played almost entirely on the bottom three strings, the exception being the chromatically ascending (one fret at a time) root-fifth power chords that appear in bar 8. </p> <p> The riff is based on the D minor pentatonic scale (D F G A C), and I begin with a double pull-off on the fourth string, from G at the fifth fret to F at the third fret, and then to the open D string. I then pull off from D to C on the fifth and third frets of the fifth string, followed by the last two notes, F and D, on the sixth string.</p> <p> In bar 4 I play a tricky riff built from repeated pull-offs to the open fifth and fourth strings. Moving up chromatically, I begin by fretting a note on the fifth string, pull off to the open string and then repeat the process one fret higher as I gradually move up the fretboard. At the end of the bar, I move over to the fourth string to set up the return to G, the first note of the lick (bar 1). </p> <p> During the verse section, I switch to a low D pedal tone under the vocal part and then move back into the main lick. This is shown in bars 1–8 of <strong>FIGURE 2</strong>. I then switch to the power-chord-driven pre-chorus, followed by the equally power-chord-fueled chorus. Good song!</p> <p> This record sounds much better if you turn it up loud, have a couple of shots of Jack Daniels, and hang out in the hot tub with a few of your lady friends. I know that’s how most of you nine-year-olds out there are going to be listening to the new record, which I think is pretty badass!</p> <p><strong>PART ONE</strong></p> <!-- Start of Brightcove Player --><!-- Start of Brightcove Player --><div style="display:none"> </div> <!-- By use of this code snippet, I agree to the Brightcove Publisher T and C found at https://accounts.brightcove.com/en/terms-and-conditions/. --><!-- By use of this code snippet, I agree to the Brightcove Publisher T and C found at https://accounts.brightcove.com/en/terms-and-conditions/. --><script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript" src="http://admin.brightcove.com/js/BrightcoveExperiences.js"></script><object id="myExperience2719597180001" class="BrightcoveExperience"> <param name="bgcolor" value="#FFFFFF" /> <param name="width" value="620" /> <param name="height" value="348" /> <param name="playerID" value="798983031001" /> <param name="playerKey" value="AQ~~,AAAAj36EdAk~,0qwz1H1Ey92wZ6vLZcchClKTXdFbuP3P" /> <param name="isVid" value="true" /> <param name="isUI" value="true" /> <param name="dynamicStreaming" value="true" /> <param name="@videoPlayer" value="2719597180001" /> </object><!-- This script tag will cause the Brightcove Players defined above it to be created as soon as the line is read by the browser. 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If you wish to have the player instantiated only after the rest of the HTML is processed and the page load is complete, remove the line. --><script type="text/javascript">brightcove.createExperiences();</script><!-- End of Brightcove Player --><!-- End of Brightcove Player --><p><br /><br /> <img src="/files/imce-images/Screen%20Shot%202014-04-09%20at%2012.47.05%20PM.png" width="620" height="721" alt="Screen Shot 2014-04-09 at 12.47.05 PM.png" /></p> <p><img src="/files/imce-images/Screen%20Shot%202014-04-09%20at%2012.47.29%20PM.png" width="620" height="232" alt="Screen Shot 2014-04-09 at 12.47.29 PM.png" /></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/man-steel-steel-panthers-satchel-utilizing-drop-d-tuning-and-how-play-glory-hole#comments December 2013 Man of Steel Satchel Steel Panther News Lessons Magazine Wed, 09 Apr 2014 16:49:31 +0000 Steel Panther&#039;s Satchel 19401 at http://www.guitarworld.com Exclusive Song Premiere: Corey Taylor Covers Dio's "Rainbow in the Dark," Featuring Steel Panther's Satchel http://www.guitarworld.com/exclusive-song-premiere-corey-taylor-covers-dios-rainbow-dark-featuring-steel-panthers-satchel <!--paging_filter--><p>Today, GuitarWorld.com and RevolverMag.com share the exclusive U.S. premiere of Corey Taylor's new version of Dio's "Rainbow in the Dark."</p> <p>The track, which you can dig into below, is from a new Dio tribute album, <em>Ronnie James Dio: This Is Your Life,</em> which will be released April 1. You can check out the complete track and artist listing below.</p> <p>On the track — which originally appeared on Dio's classic 1983 album, <em>Holy Diver</em> — the Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman is joined by Steel Panther guitarist (and former <em>Guitar World</em> columnist) Satchel, Stone Sour drummer Roy Mayorga and touring friends Jason Christopher and Christian Martucci.</p> <p>"Ronnie was the most natural singer I have ever witnessed," Taylor says. "He could do anything, hit any note, make any audience lose their minds. He was one of the greatest and I'm so happy I got to see him live. 'Rainbow in the Dark' was the first Dio song I really loved to death--just a powerful, high-energy hard rock song that was so good I wished I'd written it. </p> <p>"When I was asked to be a part of this album, I knew there was only one track I wanted to record and luckily I got it. I only hope I did it justice. Having had the privilege of meeting Ronnie before he passed, I hope he knows how much I loved him for who and what he was: One of the greatest."</p> <p>Take a listen and let us know what you think in the comments or on Facebook!</p> <p>The album will raise funds for the <a href="http://diocancerfund.org/">Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund</a>.</p> <p><strong><em>Ronnie James Dio: This Is Your Life Tracklist</em></strong>:</p> <p>01. “Neon Knights” – Anthrax*<br /> 02. “The Last In Line” – Tenacious D*<br /> 03. “The Mob Rules” – Adrenaline Mob<br /> 04. “Rainbow In The Dark” – Corey Taylor, Roy Mayorga, Satchel, Christian Martucci, Jason Christopher*<br /> 05. “Straight Through The Heart” – Halestorm*<br /> 06. “Starstruck” – Motörhead with Biff of Saxon*<br /> 07. “Temple Of The King” – Scorpions*<br /> 08. “Egypt (The Chains Are On)” – Doro<br /> 09. “Holy Diver” – Killswitch Engage<br /> 10. “Catch the Rainbow” – Glenn Hughes, Simon Wright, Craig Goldy, Rudy Sarzo, Scott Warren*<br /> 11. “I” – Jimmy Bain, Oni Logan, Rowan Robertson, Brian Tichy*<br /> 12. “Man On The Silver Mountain” – Rob Halford, Vinny Appice, Doug Aldrich, Jeff Pilson, Scott Warren*<br /> 13. “Ronnie Rising Medley (featuring “A Light in the Black”, “Tarot Woman”, “Stargazer”, “Kill the King”)”– Metallica*<br /> 14. “This Is Your Life” – Dio</p> <p><iframe width="100%" height="450" scrolling="no" frameborder="no" src="https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/141523430%3Fsecret_token%3Ds-Uoq8e&amp;auto_play=false&amp;hide_related=false&amp;visual=true"></iframe></p> <fieldset class="fieldgroup group-additional-content"><legend>Additional Content</legend><div class="field field-type-nodereference field-field-related-artist"> <div class="field-label"><p><strong>Related Artist:</strong>&nbsp;<p></div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item odd"> <a href="/dio">Dio</a> </div> </div> </div> </fieldset> http://www.guitarworld.com/exclusive-song-premiere-corey-taylor-covers-dios-rainbow-dark-featuring-steel-panthers-satchel#comments Corey Taylor Dio Ronnie James Dio Satchel News Wed, 26 Mar 2014 17:46:53 +0000 Damian Fanelli 20838 at http://www.guitarworld.com