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post Dec 1 2008, 02:59 PM
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Hi! I would like to know some alternate/speed picking patterns for scale runs. I know just few of tem, and I think that I need more of them, cause I can't use the same pattern in every solo. So if you know any patterns, or lessons with patterns, then please, can you tell them to me?
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post Dec 1 2008, 03:01 PM
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okz, ehm... check out Brian May style lesson (Walliman) it has some runs. Also Pavels Alternate picking lessons, they might be way to hard to play, but the paterns can be useable. Also Gabriel's Iron Maiden lesson has an AP run. Ofcourse lessons like Muris' Alternate Picking are full of patterns!


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post Dec 1 2008, 03:06 PM
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Every lesson has patterns. You just need to understand the theory. Say you are in E Major and you have chords of E Major, A Major and B Major you can just do different runs in the E Major scale in any pattern and depending on which mode you use depends on what sound you get. So for a simple example take this


e---------------------------------------------------------
b-----------------------14-16-17--------------------------
g------------13-14-16--------------13-14-16---------------
d-13-14-16------------------------------------13-14-16----
a---------------------------------------------------------
E---------------------------------------------------------


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post Dec 1 2008, 04:06 PM
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Yeah, I know that every (shred) lesson has patterns. But I was looking for new patterns, and some lessons use same, common patterns. But thanks from the help anyway!
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post Dec 1 2008, 04:13 PM
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Make sure you dont just learn 3 note per string scales all over the neck,you will fall on your back when you attempt fast two note per string penatonic shapes as your hands will be sync'd to playing those 3 notes all the time!

If you want to add some colour to your playing try some whole tone shapes


You may also like to download Paul Gilberts Intense Rock powertab file that is around the net(google it)for lots of cool picking licks and arps:)


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post Dec 1 2008, 04:22 PM
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QUOTE (Noangels @ Dec 1 2008, 05:13 PM) *
Make sure you dont just learn 3 note per string scales all over the neck,you will fall on your back when you attempt fast two note per string penatonic shapes as your hands will be sync'd to playing those 3 notes all the time!

If you want to add some colour to your playing try some whole tone shapes


You may also like to download Paul Gilberts Intense Rock powertab file that is around the net(google it)for lots of cool picking licks and arps:)



Checked it. It doesn't seem to contain anything that's missing from me.
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post Dec 1 2008, 04:54 PM
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QUOTE (Wabba @ Dec 1 2008, 08:59 AM) *
Hi! I would like to know some alternate/speed picking patterns for scale runs. I know just few of tem, and I think that I need more of them, cause I can't use the same pattern in every solo. So if you know any patterns, or lessons with patterns, then please, can you tell them to me?

Chek out this exercise lesson

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...note-exercises/

It contains a few patterns useful for 16th note runs arranged in 3 notes per string, maybe you'll find that useful


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post Dec 1 2008, 05:04 PM
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QUOTE (Jose Mena @ Dec 1 2008, 05:54 PM) *
Chek out this exercise lesson

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...note-exercises/

It contains a few patterns useful for 16th note runs arranged in 3 notes per string, maybe you'll find that useful


It looks a good lesson, I'll start practicing immediatly!

Oh wait, I can't! I managed to break my guitars upper E-string sad.gif. I was peacefully bending it, and then, without any warning, it splitted into two pieces and and the longer part almost slashed my face. How long it usually takes to fix this kind of a problem?
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QUOTE (Wabba @ Dec 1 2008, 04:04 PM) *
It looks a good lesson, I'll start practicing immediatly!

Oh wait, I can't! I managed to break my guitars upper E-string sad.gif. I was peacefully bending it, and then, without any warning, it splitted into two pieces and and the longer part almost slashed my face. How long it usually takes to fix this kind of a problem?

As long as it takes you to change a string biggrin.gif


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QUOTE (OrganisedConfusion @ Dec 1 2008, 06:05 PM) *
As long as it takes you to change a string biggrin.gif


Yeah, but I don't know how to change string, or how long it takes, or where to go to get a new one.
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QUOTE (Wabba @ Dec 1 2008, 11:06 AM) *
Yeah, but I don't know how to change string, or how long it takes, or where to go to get a new one.

Changing strings should be pretty straight forward, tons of info online about it I am pretty sure.


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post Dec 1 2008, 05:11 PM
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QUOTE (Jose Mena @ Dec 1 2008, 06:10 PM) *
Changing strings should be pretty straight forward, tons of info online about it I am pretty sure.



Okay. I hope so smile.gif
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Ivan has a lesson on changing strings on GMC if you search through his lessons smile.gif


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you can organize your scales using therr notes per string,so you can play up-down-up or down-up.down on a single string depending of the direction of the scale.this pattern was popularized by Frank Gambale.
At the beginning may be kinda unconfortable but later it will be great, you can check also for nice scale patterns in youtube, check paul gilbert sequences.


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Here's a restringing tutorial mate. You can buy the strings in any guitar shop or online. Just make sure you get the same gauge of strings you are using now.


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Here is one for you


Go to this link for more examples with alternate legato tapping etc

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...l=Practice+plan


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QUOTE (Wabba @ Dec 1 2008, 03:22 PM) *
Checked it. It doesn't seem to contain anything that's missing from me.


realy?fair enough mate but considering you dont know how to change a string,or where to buy one I find it amusing that you think Paul Gilberts Intense rock lessons contain nothing that you cant do now!

Post a clip of your playing when you get a chance as I would love to hear someone who does all the gilbert stuff but hasnt changes a string yet!lol

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I am doing a lesson with some fast 16th triplets runs. The lesson is all about that. Could be done next week.


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QUOTE (Noangels @ Dec 2 2008, 09:58 AM) *
realy?fair enough mate but considering you dont know how to change a string,or where to buy one I find it amusing that you think Paul Gilberts Intense rock lessons contain nothing that you cant do now!

Post a clip of your playing when you get a chance as I would love to hear someone who does all the gilbert stuff but hasnt changes a string yet!lol

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Hehe, I think that I just checked the wrong tab. I googled "intense rock tabs", and found a tab with same exercises as in dahls speedpicking lessons.

And now I've changed the string.

EDIt: Okay... I'm just too lazy to check out the whole tab... It probably contains lots of good techiques. But why should I play 2 notes per string patterns, If almost everyone uses 3-note per strings patterns?

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QUOTE (Wabba @ Dec 2 2008, 03:42 PM) *
EDIt: Okay... I'm just too lazy to check out the whole tab... It probably contains lots of good techiques. But why should I play 2 notes per string patterns, If almost everyone uses 3-note per strings patterns?


2 note per string patterns give you a broader technique abilities when playing mate, so you can express yourself even better. Lots of times while playing you will need to use just 2 notes on one string, so this technique is one of the essentials.


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