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> Lesson Request - Interesting Descending/ascending Patterns, ....neo classical, shred, ect...
fatb0t
post Jun 20 2008, 06:28 PM
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Hey guys,

I got a lesson request....Checking out some of David and Marcus's lessons I've come across some interesting patterns.

For instance:

E-12-13----12-------------------------------------------------------------------
B-------15----13-15-12-13----15-12-13----12---------------------------------
G-----------------------------14----------14----13-14-9-10----9---------------
D---------------------------------------------------------------12---10-12-9-10-
A-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

This is a interesting descending pattern that is good to memorize....


e-10--------------------10----------------10-12-13-12-10----12-10-------20~-|
B-----13-12-10-12-13----13-12-10-12-13----------------13------*-13-12-----|
G-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

(erm, the tab got messed up but you get the idea)
I would like a lesson that utilizes lots of these, some easier some more difficult.

These patterns really spice up your playing and they make boring old scales sound new and unique....

Anyways, any takers?
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jacmoe
post Jun 20 2008, 09:33 PM
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I would like a lesson or two on that.
Interesting patterns really spices up your playing! laugh.gif

In fact, a lot of guitarists uses one or two patterns for doing insanely fast runs. tongue.gif


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