Polyrhythm Lesson Licks!
Alex Feather
Jan 26 2012, 02:18 AM
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Hey guys here are the licks that I was playing during my polyrhythm lesson!
As you remember you can create your own licks by creating a five or seven note sequence you can use any notes you want
and applying it over 4/4 signature!
5/4
Lick 1

------7-----------------7----------10--------7-----------9---
-----------8---10------------8---------------------8---------
--7-9---9----7----7--9----9-----7------7--9----9------7-----
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Lick 2

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--------7------------9-----------7-----------11--------------
---------------9------------------------9--------------------
--7--10----10-----7------7--10-----10-----7-----------------
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Lick 3

---8---5--------------8--5-----------------------------------
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------------8--7--5----------8--7--5-------------------------
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Lick 4

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------7--------------7--9------
-----------------------------------------------7------------7--9----------7--9----------7--9------------
---------------7-------------7--9--------7--9---------7--9---------7--9--------------9------------------
---------7--9---------7--9---------7--9-----------9-----------------------------------------------------
---7--10----------10------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



7/4
Lick 5

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--------------8--------------8------------------------------
--------7-8-9---------7-8-9---------------------------------
--7-8-9---------7-8-9---------------------------------------
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Lick 6

--10-7----------------10-7----------------------------------
--------10-7---------------10-7-----------------------------
--------------10-9-7------------10-9-7----------------------
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Don't forget that those licks are the sequence and you have to repeat it in order to get polyrhythmic sound!

We were also talking about stretching and string skipping so here is another lick
4/4
Lick 7

--------------10------------------------------10-----------------
------------------------------------------------------------------
--10--14--16-----10--14--16------10--14--16-----10--14--16------
------------------------------14------------------------------14--
------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------

I would love to see your ideas so please post your licks here!!!!

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This post has been edited by Alex Feather: Jan 26 2012, 06:39 AM
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quadrium
Jan 26 2012, 02:28 AM
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Hey Alex,

Can you post the tabs like this; (tab)...your tab...(/tab) so we can see them properly. I'm really confused right now smile.gif

"replace the "( )" with "[ ]" smile.gif

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Alex Feather
Jan 26 2012, 06:39 AM
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QUOTE (quadrium @ Jan 26 2012, 01:28 AM) *
Hey Alex,

Can you post the tabs like this; (tab)...your tab...(/tab) so we can see them properly. I'm really confused right now smile.gif

"replace the "( )" with "[ ]" smile.gif

Is it better?

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AK Rich
Jan 26 2012, 07:09 AM
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Oh fantastic man thanks a bunch for posting those! smile.gif You wouldnt happen to remember the big stretched out string skipping thing you were showing us towards the end when someone was asking about a Paul Gilbert lick? Tabbed out as maybe an extra bonus lick?

Edit: Oh my bad that lick 7 looks like it may be the one I was thinking about

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