EXAEMxP2LES 4# - 8

Guitar Techniques - - LEARNING ZONE -

anLd again, a sim­ple se­quence made ef­fec­tive be­cause of the way the notes of the scale have been ar­ranged on the gui­tar. This is a very

douoe­ble-backusi­noeg straight­for­ward ap­pli­ca­tion of a 1-2-3 unit on each√string, the string that’s been skipped as the new start­ing point, in a sort of mo­tion.

More vari­a­tions on the same themes e6x­plored in the pre­vi­ous two ex­am­ples. Here, the first half of the bar em­ploys 1-2-3 units, whereas the sec­ond half of the bar em­ploys 3-2-1 units.

now we’re us­ing the 1-2-3 units (on bea1t5s 1 and 3-2-12u0n1it7s (onG beats 2 and 4) to move lat­er­ally up the gui­tar in a sort of ‘cas­tle wall’ mo­tion us­ing fret­ting-hand legato in con­junc­tion with slid

This rep­re­sen­t1s4the17op1p9os­i1te4as1c7en1d9ing equiv­a­lent of the

FL L L L LL L L LL L L LBse­quence used in ex­am­ple 3. like all ex­am­ples in this solo, make fo­ero­moea­noey

ooether poeoint sure that you can ap­ply the same prin­ci­ple in the scale:

isoea ex­am­oe­ple ofoethoeis. 8 good Here, we are tak­ing the con­tents of each bar and play­ing the

prooe­duce aoen aoesceoen­dio­eng equiv­a­lent in a dif­fer­ent po­si­tion each time in or­der to se­quence. a 3-1-2 unit is ap­plied on each string us­ing a com­bi­na­tion of pick­ing­hand tap­ping and fret­ting-hand legato. The way that the units are dis­trib­uted through the bar in a 3-3-210co1n2­fig8ur1a0­tion h8elps to give this sec­tion some rhyth­mic

Y4ou1c7ould play the same fin­ge1r2ing on9 th1e2 fi7rst,9third a9nd fifth strings if you start the line five fret1s0­lo1w2er8(in­1t0his ca8se, on the 10th of1th0e1­fi2rst7st1ri0ng).

ex­am­ples you can shif1t th9is i1n2th7e sa9me m9an­ner.

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