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'''Lead guitar''' is a guitar part which plays melody lines, instrumental fill passages, guitar solos, and occasionally, some riffs within a song structure. The lead is the featured guitar, which usually plays single-note-based lines or double-stops. In rock, heavy metal, blues, jazz, punk, fusion, some pop, and other music styles, lead guitar lines are usually supported by a second guitarist who plays [[Rhythm guitar|rhythm guitar]], which consists of accompaniment chords and riffs, often played with a distortion effect. [[Kirley Duke]] of the [[Weird Sisters]] filled the lead guitar position in the band.
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'''Lead guitar''' is a guitar part which plays melody lines, instrumental fill passages, guitar solos, and occasionally, some riffs within a song structure. The lead is the featured guitar, which usually plays single-note-based lines or double-stops. In rock, heavy metal, blues, jazz, punk, fusion, some pop, and other music styles, lead guitar lines are usually supported by a second guitarist who plays [[rhythm guitar]], which consists of accompaniment chords and riffs, often played with a distortion effect. [[Kirley Duke]] of the [[Weird Sisters]] filled the lead guitar position in the band.
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
*In the [[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film)|film adaption]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire]]'', Kirley used a specialised three-necked guitar to play.
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*In the [[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire]]'', Kirley used a specialised three-necked guitar to play.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Latest revision as of 02:57, July 14, 2012

Lead guitar is a guitar part which plays melody lines, instrumental fill passages, guitar solos, and occasionally, some riffs within a song structure. The lead is the featured guitar, which usually plays single-note-based lines or double-stops. In rock, heavy metal, blues, jazz, punk, fusion, some pop, and other music styles, lead guitar lines are usually supported by a second guitarist who plays rhythm guitar, which consists of accompaniment chords and riffs, often played with a distortion effect. Kirley Duke of the Weird Sisters filled the lead guitar position in the band.

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