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Ben Higgins
post Jul 25 2014, 09:18 AM
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Tap time !!!

Here I've got a tapping sequence in A Aeolian or A Minor.

We're using the scale to move through in sequence. The fretting hand is always playing two notes next to each other whilst the tapped note is always a 3rd above. No matter where you start in a scale you can apply this pattern and maintain it as you move to the next intervals in the scale.

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The timing is 16th note triplets. But if you wanted to you can turn this into 16th notes by using the left hand to hammer-on back to the first note that was fretted, thus making the shape an equal number of 4 notes. You can time this however you want. The principle is just about taking a combination of notes and moving it through a scale whilst maintaining the interval structure.

This is perfect for whenever you're stuck trying to fit tapping licks into a solo !

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