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Guitar Techniques - - LESSON: CREATIVE ROCK -

ex­am­ple 2 [Six-note cell, 3-3 note-con­fig­u­ra­tion] The seven-nLoa­tregerhOy­dthdm-Ni­cote HGeUxIaTtAoRn4icTsEcCaHleN: group­ings in this ex­am­ple are ap­plied to a string-pair cell de­rived from Am11 AIQ-BU-ECS-dM-EA-

1-2-b3-4-5-b7 theoe ex­am­ple 3 [Five-note cell, 2-3 note-con­fig­u­ra­tion] Here, each nine

‰from note rhEyth­mic is taken the same A mi­nor Pen­ta­tonic scale string-pair cell(s) used in Ex­am­ple 1.

useoed This is the first in a se­ries of ex­am­ples fea­tur­ing 10-note rhyth­mic group­ings. Pen­ta­tonic sca√le is in an ex­panded ver­sion of Ex­am­ple 1.

r~e.~10~-oe~note mo rhyth­mic group­ings here; this time, ascending within a dif­fer­eBnUt­in­ver­sion of the A mi­nor Pen­ta­tonic scale from the p1r5e­vi1o7us1e5x­a1m7­pl2e0: this o2n2e (u2s4e)s the same string-pair

3.√ cell(s) as (E6x)am­ple1s51a1n7d

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