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It will not be posted to you and the piece cannot be transposed into a new key. Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. What does this song mean to you? And lighting the fuse might result in a bang b-b-bang! Song Discussions is protected by U. In this lesson we’ll be learning how to play I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor by the Arctic Monkeys which was the bands first single, released on 17 October 2005. 7 on the US Modern Rock Charts. Matt Helders wrote a dynamite drum part for I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor that’s had a lot of drummers scratching their heads since the song came out. This up-tempo indie-rock track has some tricky little passages and a whole lot of energy.
4 note groove that follows the guitar riff. There is an extra bass drum note on the second four bars of the intro so follow the chart on your first few run-through’s. 4 notes played on closed hi-hats, backbeat on two and four and the bass drum following a two bar pattern. There is a unison hit between the hi-hat, snare and bass on beat two of the second bar which you really need to line up nice and tight to make it work. On the chorus you’ll find the hi-hats, snare and bass drum all play quarter notes which create a really edgy and energetic feel. Avoid rushing when you play this because it’s easily done. The big challenge with this track is the intro passage. Spend some time playing it a half-speed until you have all the notes lined up where they should be.
Then you can start to slowly increase the tempo in 5-10bpm increments. WANT TO PLAY LIKE A NINJA? If you really want to improve your drum skills then check out Mike Michalcow’s Drumming System. This comprehensive training package covers everything you need to progress from complete beginner to seasoned professional. Check out the Rock Drumming System where you’ll discover how to play beginner-to-advanced beats, fills and more whether you read sheet music or not! This is my attempt to figure out the rest of the first solo. This is my first tab I’ve submitted, so hopefully it ends up looking all ok for you people. Ok so this is the whole song tabbed, I would say this is basically it. I’ve layed it out enough for you to be able to play it all the way through.
Do this 2 times, with a strum pattern of down up, but on the second time through leave up strokes to ring. Basically you hit everyone note 4 times and I recommend you do an up down stroke all the way through that until you do the 16th fret bend 8 times which you should do just down strokes. Play the verse 8 times but on the 5th fret hit the chord then lift it up after one. If you listen to the song you’ll hear the guitarist does it, and hit’s the string each different 5th chord but deadens them. But they’re the chords to use but just figure out how you play it whilst listening to the track. The part after the 2nd chorus where he sings “Oh there ain’t no love no monituques or etc, you carry on with the structure of the chorus but instead of starting the 2nd fret just go straight on to the 5th fret and carry on with the usual structure of the chorus. And lighting the fuse might result in a bang, b-b-bang, go! Lighting the fuse might result in a bang, b-b-bang, go!