EX­AM­PLES PLAY­ING TIPS

Guitar Techniques - - LEARNING ZONE -

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.

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