Quick Licks #112 - Open String Arpeggio Combo
Todd Simpson
Dec 28 2019, 10:42 PM
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In this Quick Licks, we start with an open string and then play an arpeggio. You can pick this any way you like. Whatever works for your picking hand. This one does have a big stretch for the pinky, but it should be a familiar shape by now as we have used it in the past. We are leveraging that shape here. If the shape is new to new, it should be simple enough as it's only about half of a full arpeggio.

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klasaine
Dec 31 2019, 01:33 AM
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Muting on this one was hard for me.
I also had to think about my accuracy with the stretch of my pinky (4th) finger for the high note. Easy to undershoot if I wasn't focused.
Once again I've noticed that since doing these Todd hammer-on licks, my left hand is not getting fatigued anymore. Practice works!
I made a little classical style progression with the lick. Gm to Cm back to Gm to Dm to Gm. I lower the top note of the Cm arpeggio one fret each time. The Dm is a different shape.

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