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Technique Rules! - May 2002

Hello again,

There were no "Technique Rules!" for a while but they are back with a good one with some advanced ideas.

The exercise is something related to arpeggios. Most people use sweep picking to play them - which is good of course - but I found some other ways to play them which are opening different possibilities.

The idea is to take a four-note arpeggio such as major7, dominant7, minor7, etc and play it in a two notes per a string grouping. By breaking it out like that you can now be able to play those arpeggios using alternate picking (or pull off/hammer on's). Being able to apply these techniques on arpeggios is opening a whole new world of ways to phrase them in solos or compositions.

Explore other options by yourself.

Stay cool and have fun!

Borislav Mitic

 

Check out the TAB and an MP3 for this exercise here



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