EXAMPLES PLAYING TIPS
EXAMPLE 6 I was tempted to leave this example towards the end it’s four-notes-per-string; but some of the following three-note examples are more difficult, or feature tapping or string skips. Playing four-notes-per-string requires you to simultanously visualise three CAGED shapes; a great way of unlocking the fretboard. Bar 22, features a chromatic G# to bridge between the A and G notes. EXAMPLE 7 Although three-notes-per-string (again, straddling shape #4 and between #5), this example features an intricate interplay fretting- and picking-hand tapping typical of Greg Howe. EXAMPLE 8 Basically, the Greg Howe-style ascending sequence in this example represents the ascending equivalent of the one in the previous example.