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(9⋲th), from low to high we get E (9th), a (5th,) d (root), G (11th), B (6th/13th) andE so all of these strings can serve as the spring­board for other melodic ideas, in this case us­ing ham­mer-ons and pull-offs. You can guar­an­tee that Wayne is aware of these re­la­tion­ships in ev­ery har­monic sit­u­a­tion that he might find him­self.

GJ

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