EXAMPLES PLAYING TIPS
EXAMPLE 1 This is the first of three two-notes-per-string examples. In bar 2, we use a succession of descending six-note patterns in CAGED shape #4 reminiscent of shawn lane (try creating a line using equivalent ascending motifs). note that the final note (e) is bent up to via a Minor Pentatonic note a tone below (d).
EXAMPLE 2 next, we see the repetition of a 12-note, 16th-note triplet sequence in shape #5, although it drifts up to shape#1 at the end. This sequence was adapted from one that Uli Jon roth of The scorpions used with the Phrygian dominant scale in the intro to the song sails Of Charon.