EX­AM­PLES 11 - 15

Guitar Techniques - - LEARNING ZONE -

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This ex­am­ple em­ploys a8de­scend­ing ‘cas­tle-wall’ mo­tion remB 6; how­ever, here, we’re us­ing fret­ting and pick­ing­haDnd

tap­ping5to pla7y a fig­ure that lends it­self to 32nd notes, rather than 16th-note triplets. oLthe6r­w5iseLs­traLighLt­forwa≠rd fea≠tures sli≠des a sim­ple but ef­fec­tive use of on the

3-2-1L-L2 firsEt fiEnxg1e1r, on what are uni­toes

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lao­erge This ex­am­ple is very sim­i­lar to the prin­ci­ple used in the four-bar sec­tion in ex­am­ple 8; in toe­hioes case, the ex­am­ple is only one

des­oe­cend­ing bar long. also, we are lat­er­ally on the neck and the bar is dio­e­v­ided per­fectly in half, rather than di­vided into a 3-3-3-2 con­fig­u­ra­tion, so it is rhyth­mi­cally less com­plex.

We con1c0lude with an­other de­scend­ing ‘cas­tle wall ‘mo­tio1n7 (see ex

6 and 11).

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