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Steel Panther if i was the king cover Hard rock has many features. His songs tend to be in a greater key,...
Steel Panther if i was the king cover Hard rock has many features. His songs tend to be in a greater key, with a master use of minor tones, especially in ballads. The pentatonic scale, a characteristic inherited from the blues, is widely used and traditional chords are usually replaced by "fifth chords" or "power chords". Steel Panther if i was the king cover In the 1980s, the use of diatonic scales such as the Ionic scale and the lidia is also generalized. The Phrygian scale and the harmonic minor scale also acquire a certain popularity, scales more used in heavy metal and which are characterized by being darker. Chord progressions are often associated Steel Panther if i was the king cover with grades I-V or I-IV-V of the scale, as in rock and roll. The high distortion effects of the guitars take center stage, the battery can reach a range of 100 to 150 beats per minute, with 120 being a usual value. Steel Panther if i was the king cover The guitar solo is a very important part of the song, which are often complex, as well as the lyrics and melody of the voice. The Hammond organ and synthesizers are also very common, with great prominence in the 80s, in the context of glam metal and AOR. Steel Panther if i was the king cover History Photograph of Cream of 1967. From left Right: Baker, Bruce and Clapton. Origins (the sixties) Steel Panther if i was the king cover The first era of hard rock emerged in the late 60s in Britain with names like Cream, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Jimi Hendrix Experience (then resident in London)
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