Quick Licks #113 Combopeggios Part Ii
Todd Simpson
Jan 4 2020, 09:43 PM
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QUICK LICKS 113
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In this quick lick, we expand on what we did in Quick Licks 112. We take the same shape and then just move down one string. So play it twice in the original position and place it twice on the next string below. No speed requirement on this. Just play with precision. Don't try to over play it. Keep it at a speed the is comfortable for your hand. This lick will work your left hand quite a bit and is great for building endurance. Also, sticking the landing on the pinky when you traverse down a string is challenging at first, but gets easier with a few repetitions. You can take this lick through every string if you really want to get a great workout for your left hand. This is a great lick for working on building precision/speed. Give it a whirl!


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Phil66
Jan 4 2020, 10:08 PM
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Take 1 Sarge.

I couldn't make anything musical out of it though but i will try tomorrow. I do struggle to make arpeggio stuff musical, I'm thinknig it kind of needs a lot of repeats and moving around a la Yngwie?

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