Juice wrld songs on guitar

Juice wrld songs on guitar DEFAULT

How to play: Come & Go by Juice WRLD ft. Marshmello

I’m a big fan of hip-hop and EDM music, especially when there are guitars involved! So, I was pretty much guaranteed to like the track ‘Come & Go’ by Juice WRLD featuring Marshmello. What I didn’t expect was how many interesting techniques can be incorporated into the guitar parts. Unique chord shapes, displaced rhythms, and finger-rolling are all skills we can work on with this song. Are we doing it exactly how it was played on the record? Probably not. But is the song an awesome study piece for students to use to develop their technique? Absolutely. Oh, and it’s pretty fun!

We’re going to break this song down into three main parts. The ‘intro and verse’, the ‘pre-chorus’, and the ‘lead line’. You could play the same riff from the pre-chorus in the chorus, possibly simplifying the rhythm a little. Or if you’re feeling adventurous, try some of the whammy bar abuse I use in the bonus section of the lesson video to try and sound like an aggressive dubstep bass.

Part 1: Intro and verse

The chord progression is pretty straight forward and doesn’t change throughout the whole song. However, different sections of the track do require us being able to play both bar chords and power chords. Each of these chord types has a certain vibe that helps achieve the different flavours we hear throughout the song.

In the intro and verse sections, we will be using the full bar chord shapes.

These bar chord shapes create a problem for us, however. The riff requires us being able to play the high E string while playing a major A-shape bar chord. This is extremely impractical and pretty much impossible to play cleanly and consistently. If you do an image search for the chord, you’ll see people notate it online, indicating that you’re supposed to play the high E string. But why confuse people? Ninety-nine percent of the time, you don’t actually need to play the high E, so let’s just leave it out of our chord diagrams.

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What are we going to do? We know that we need to hear the high E string in our chord, but the way we’re supposed to play it is highly impractical. The good news is that there’s actually a note in the chord which we can leave out without significantly altering the sound or function of the chord. This requires us having to use our first finger to utilise a muting technique, but allows us to play the high E string without having to resort to awkwardly playing impractical shapes.

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This alternative version of a major A-shape bar chord is what we will use to play the picking part in the intro and verse.

Come And Go - Juice WRLD (Picking Part).png

Part 2: Pre-chorus

The chord shapes we will use for the pre-chorus are pretty straightforward. Rather than playing the full major and minor chord shapes, we’ll switch to our power chords for a more ‘rock’ sound. The challenging aspect of the pre-chorus is muted hits and rhythmic displacement we need to incorporate into the rhythm.

When we look at the chord progression, we can see that there is basically one chord per bar, but the chords in the second and fourth bars have been ‘displaced’ and brought forward by half a beat.

Come And Go - Juice WRLD (Strumming Pattern) annotated.png

The majority of this strumming pattern uses an eighth note framework. However, it doesn’t quite feel right if we hit the next chord with an up-strum (which is what we would usually use for the off-beat of beat four in an eighth note framework). Although we’ve displaced it, we still want to hit the first beat of the chord with a strong strum. Down-strums will always have more weight to them than up-strums as we are hitting the low strings first. But in order for us to be able to play a down-strum when we hit this chord, we’ll have to borrow from a sixteenth note framework.

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Borrowing from another framework is going to mess up the principle of constant motion, in the sense that we are no longer going to be able to move our arm up and down evenly. To hit a down-strum on the offbeat of four, we are going to have to let our arm ‘hang’ at the top of the motion. Although we are moving away from maintaining an even constant motion as we strum this, we still want to conserve our momentum. We don’t want to create a jerky movement by stopping at the top of the motion as we wait for the borrowed down-strum to come around. We can slow our movement, let it ‘hang’ at the top, but we don’t want to stop our movement completely.

This conservation of movement allows us to keep things flowing even as we move in and out of different frameworks. When we are starting out as a beginner guitarist, we want to be really strict about sticking to the framework we are in while we develop our rhythmic chops. But, as we get more advanced, we can flow in and out of strumming patterns and use the principle of constant motion a little more freely, allowing us to accent certain rhythmic hits as we did in this track.

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I’m 99% sure that this is not how this section is played on the recording. However, we’re going to do it this way because it allows us to work on an important technique called ‘finger-rolling’. If you want to do it a different way, go for it! There are no rules when it comes to playing music.

Finger-rolling is a technique that allows us to play two notes on adjacent strings, one after the other, on the same fret. No matter how hard you try it’s impossible to play two notes like this with the same finger cleanly if you don’t use finger-rolling. There will always be a gap in the sound. It might be a small gap, but there will be a gap. And even the smallest gaps can change how we perceive a piece of music in terms of its feel (even if we can’t necessarily hear the gap). We could get rid of the gap by using two different fingers, but being able to confidently use finger-rolling gives you a lot more flexibility in different situations.

Having said all this, if you are trying to play this riff authentically, you don’t actually need to use finger-rolling. There is actually an intentional gap between the two notes in question in the song. So, what’s the point in practising it then? Even though we would not be using finger-rolling for its main benefit, in this case, it still creates (what I feel) is smoother fingering for the riff. And it’s just a good opportunity to practice the technique.

When we are doing finger-rolling, we roll our finger in such a way as to still only hear one string at a time. This isn’t a case of barring two strings with one finger and playing them so they both ring out together. We roll the finger from one string to the other in a way that mutes the one that is not being played.

Come And Go - Juice WRLD (Melody Line).png

In the case of this riff, when we fret a note on one string preemptively to roll down to a lower string, we do so with the flat part of our finger rather than the tip. We actually use the tip to mute the string we’re going to be going to before we need it. And, when it’s time to roll down to it, our finger has been placed so that we land perfectly using the tip of our finger on the new string. Knowing exactly how far down the tip of your finger you need to use to play the first string of the finger-roll can take some practice. If you’re still getting used to this, practising the finger-roll backwards (starting with the tip of your finger and rolling down to the flat part of your finger on the higher string above) can help. When you do this, you’ll notice where the string lands on the flat part of your finger and you can make a mental note of that position for next time.

Bonus ideas:

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Come & Go by Juice WRLD featuring Marshmello is generally just a fun track to jam along to. In the lesson video, I go over some of the things I’ve been messing with just for fun. Including using my whammy bar to do some crazy portamento between the chords. And, using my whammy bar aggressively in the chorus to try and make my guitar wobble like a dubstep bass. Basically… I just want to be a synth.

Have you tried any of these techniques before? Are you going to give this song a go? Comment and let me know which of three parts we’ve looked at is your favourite to play!

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Juice Wrld - Come & Go (intro) - Guitar Tabs

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About Come & Go (Juice Wrld and Marshmello song) : Juice Wrld's third studio album, Legends Never Die . It was released on July 9, 2020, as the fourth single . It is released as part of The song was presumably teased by Marshmello in August 2018 . Shortly before the release of the song, he said that Juice Wrld was "one of the most talented people I have ever met" Juice Wrld blends "his pop-punk inflected hip-hop with Marshmello's big tent EDM". The song has a punk-rock and EDM feel with heavy guitar strums . It was released in 2020. It was released as part of album Legends Never Die. The genre is future bass emo rap punk rock edm. The track was release in 2020. Come & Go (Juice Wrld and Marshmello song) has a significant contribution from artist(s) Juice Wrld,Marshmello. It is related to the album(s) - Legends Never Die.

About Juice Wrld - His song "Lucid Dreams" has been played on the music streaming platform Spotify over one billion times . His earlier hit single "All Girls Are the Same" helped him gain a recording contract . "All Girls Are the Same" and "Lucid Dreams" were two of five singles that were included in Higgins' debut studio album Goodbye & Good Riddance (2018) The album went on to become certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America . Higgins died on December 8, 2019, after suffering a seizure at Midway International Airport . His first posthumous album, Legends Never Die, was released on July 10, 2020 . Juice Wrld's most popular songs include - Lucid Dreams,Lucid Dreams,All Girls Are the Same. Juice Wrld's music is influenced by genre(s) - hip hop trap emo rap soundcloud rap.

About Marshmello - Christopher Comstock (born May 19, 1992) is an American electronic music producer and DJ . He is best known for the songs "Silence", "Wolves", "Friends", and “Alone” all of which have been certified multi-platinum in several countries . Marshmello's debut studio album, Joytime, was released in January 2016 . His debut single, "Keep It Mello", was released via the Canadian record label Monstercat . It became his first single to be certified platinum in the US and Canada . Marshmello's highest-charting song on the Billboard Hot 100 and in the United Kingdom, titled "Happier", a collaboration with British band Bastille . His second studio album, Joytime II, was released with singles "Tell Me" and "Check This Marshmello's most popular songs include - Silence,Wolves,Friends,Happier,Alone. Marshmello's music is influenced by genre(s) - music gaming cooking.

About Legends Never Die (Juice Wrld album) : Juice Wrld's first posthumous project following his death from a seizure after a drug overdose on December 8, 2019 . The album features guest appearances from Trippie Redd, Marshmello, Polo G, and Halsey . 26 of these were leaked onto the streaming platform SoundCloud by the user "999 WRLD" Juice's label (Grade A) and family released a statement regarding his unreleased music . Juice will honor his talents, his spirit, and the love he felt for his fans . We plan to honor Juice’s talents and his spirit by sharing unreleased music and projects . It had a contribution from notable artists like Juice Wrld. It had an affiliation to bands - Legends Never Die. Its music is influenced by genres - emo rap.

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From my tutorial playlists, I've put together the TOP 10 Juice WRLD guitar songs I have. Over the past 3 years, I've gotten to know Juice WRLD's songs and learned a ton of guitar skills by playing them over and over. I hope you will too!

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Lean Wit Me
Wasted
Robbery
Lucid Dreams
Suicidal
Bandit
Righteous
Hate Me
Armed and Dangerous
Legends

In this video I'm going to show you how to play guitar chords, strumming patterns and how to strum and pick, as well as essential rhythm guitar basics.

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Juice Wrld - Lucid Dreams - Cover (fingerstyle guitar)

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This song is from the album Legends Never Die(2020), released on 10 July 2020.
This album was produced by Dr. Luke , ChopsquadDJ. It is originally in the key of A Minor. You can change it to any key you want, using the Transpose option. The average tempo is 75 BPM. These chords are simple and easy to play on the guitar or piano.

Vocals:Juice Wrld ,
Producer(s):Dr. Luke , ChopsquadDJ,
Writer(s):Dr. Luke, ChopsquadDJ , Juice WRLD,

Original Key: A Minor Time Signature: 4/4 Tempo: 75 Suggested Strumming: DU,DU,DU,DU c h o r d z o n e . o r g[INTRO] C Dm Am F C . [Intro] Mm-mm, mm-mm-mm-mm, mm-mm-mm, uh C Dm Am F C I can't breathe (Chopsquad), I can't breathe, 999 Am F C Waiting for the exhale Am F C I toss my pain with my wishes in a wishing well www.chordzone.org[CHORUS] C Dm Am I can't breathe, I'm waiting for the exhale F C Toss my pain with my wishes in a wishing well C Dm Am Still no luck, but oh well F C I still try even though I know I'm gon' fail Am Stress on my shoulders like a anvil F C Perky got me itching like a anthill Am Drugs killing me softly, Lauryn Hill F C Sometimes I don't know how to feel [VERSE ONE] C Dm Am Ring-ring, phone call from depression F C You used my past and my memories as a weapon C Dm Am On the other line, I talk to addiction, huh F C Speaking of the devil, all the drugs, I miss them Am This can't be real, is it fiction? F C Somethin' feels broke, need to fix it Am I cry out for help, do they listen? F C I'ma be alone until it's finished [PRE-CHORUS] Am F This is the part where I tell you I'm fine, but I'm lying C I just don't want you to worry Am F This is the part where I take all my feelings and hide 'em C 'Cause I don't want nobody to hurt me www.chordzone.org[CHORUS] C Dm Am I can't breathe, I'm waiting for the exhale F C Toss my pain with my wishes in a wishing well C Dm Am Still no luck, but oh well F C I still try even though I know I'm gon' fail Am Stress on my shoulders like a anvil F C Perky got me itching like a anthill Am Drugs killing me softly, Lauryn Hill F C Sometimes I don't know how to feel [VERSE TWO] C Dm Am Sometimes I don't know how to feel F Let's be for real C Dm If it wasn't for the pills, I wouldn't be here Am F C But if I keep taking these pills, I won't be here, yeah Am I just told y'all my secret, yeah F C It's tearing me to pieces Am I really think I need them F C I stopped taking the drugs and now the drugs take me [PRE-CHORUS] Am F This is the part where I tell you I'm fine, but I'm lying C I just don't want you to worry Am F This is the part where I take all my feelings and hide 'em C 'Cause I don't want nobody to hurt me [CHORUS] C Dm Am I can't breathe, I'm waiting for the exhale F C Toss my pain with my wishes in a wishing well C Dm Am Still no luck, but oh well F C I still try even though I know I'm gon' fail Am Stress on my shoulders like a anvil F C Perky got me itching like a anthill Am Drugs killing me softly, Lauryn Hill F C Sometimes I don't know how to feel

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lucid dreams // juice wrld - guitar fingerstyle cover

Juice WRLD – Robbery chords

[Intro]

GMan, what? (Haha)

DAThis shit funny

I was like-

GDAOof, this Hennessy strong as fuck, boy

[Chorus]

GShe told me put my heart in the bag (In the bag)

DAAnd nobody gets hurt (Nobody)

GNow I'm running from her love, I'm not fast (Fast)

DASo I'm making it worse (Making it worse)

GNow I'm digging up a grave, from my past

DAI'm a whole different person (I'm a whole different person)

GIt's a gift and a curse (It's a gift and a curse)

DABut I cannot reverse it

[Verse 1]

GDI can't reverse it

AIt was a gift and a curse

GAnd now I'm drinkin' too much, so I'ma talk with a slur

DAGLast time I saw you, it ended in a blur

DI woke up in a hearse

AGShe said, "You loved me first" (First)

DAGOne thing my dad told me was, "Never let your woman know when you're insecure"

DSo I put Gucci on the fur

AGAnd I put my wrist on iceberg

One thing my heart tells me is

DA"Flex on a ho every time they're insecure"

GDOoh, I'm running from you

AGIs your love for real? (For real? For real?)

DAIs your love really true?

[Chorus]

GShe told me put my heart in the bag (In the bag)

DAAnd nobody gets hurt (Nobody)

GNow I'm running from her love, I'm not fast (Fast)

DASo I'm making it worse (Making it worse)

GNow I'm digging up a grave, from my past

DAI'm a whole different person (I'm a whole different person)

GIt's a gift and a curse (It's a gift and a curse)

DABut I cannot reverse it

[Bridge]

GYou gave me the runaround

I really hate the runaround

DYou really got me paranoid

AI always keep a gun around

GYou always give me butterflies

When you come around

DWhen you come around

AWhen you come around

[Verse 2]

GYou let me know love is not the answer

DANot the answer, not the answer

GI love to do drugs so mind my manners

DAI get high when you don't decide to answer

GDAPhone home, I need to phone home

GDAI'm throwing rocks at your window, I need to go home

GI don't wanna leave

DAGI just wanna be with you

DAYou, you, you

[Chorus]

GShe told me put my heart in the bag (In the bag)

DAAnd nobody gets hurt (Nobody)

GNow I'm running from her love, I'm not fast (Fast)

DASo I'm making it worse (Making it worse)

GNow I'm digging up a grave, from my past

DAI'm a whole different person (I'm a whole different person)

GIt's a gift and a curse (It's a gift and a curse)

DABut I cannot reverse it

[Outro]GDA x6
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