EXAMPLES 11 - 15
This example employs a8descending ‘castle-wall’ motion remB 6; however, here, we’re using fretting and pickinghaDnd
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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).