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post Nov 22 2014, 03:00 AM
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Stephane, am wondering if you have already demonstrated or did a lesson on your right hand technique,, ( what type of pick, how you hold it and come down /up etc. on the strings .. you always flow so smoothly and really look at ease ,especially hybrid picking... could you please explain a bit of your right hand technique? Thank you once again for sharing, I'll keep watching and practicing.I also just emailed my sister and recommended GMC to her ... i set her up with the licks for the day.. she'll probably become a member soon too! hope all is well tia, john
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post Nov 22 2014, 09:41 AM
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Hi John,

Iif you're already comfortable with the hybrid picking technique here's a lesson that could helps you to improve your skills and/or maybe give you some fresh ideas (it seems that you already know this lesson).

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Lead-Hybrid-Picking/

Here's a basic exercise with a Dm arpeggio (practice with a metronome!) :
Pick / Middle / Ring finger
   
P M R P M R
E |--------5-----------5-------|--------5-----------5-------|
B |-----6-----------6----------|-----6-----------6----------|
G |--7-----------7-------------|--7-----------7-------------|
D |----------------------------|----------------------------|
A |----------------------------|----------------------------|
E |----------------------------|----------------------------|


Hope it helps!

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post Nov 27 2014, 02:42 PM
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QUOTE (Stephane Lucarelli @ Nov 22 2014, 08:41 AM) *
Hi John,

Iif you're already comfortable with the hybrid picking technique here's a lesson that could helps you to improve your skills and/or maybe give you some fresh ideas (it seems that you already know this lesson).

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Lead-Hybrid-Picking/

Here's a basic exercise with a Dm arpeggio (practice with a metronome!) :
Pick / Middle / Ring finger
   
P M R P M R
E |--------5-----------5-------|--------5-----------5-------|
B |-----6-----------6----------|-----6-----------6----------|
G |--7-----------7-------------|--7-----------7-------------|
D |----------------------------|----------------------------|
A |----------------------------|----------------------------|
E |----------------------------|----------------------------|


Hope it helps!

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Stephane, I been experimenting some assorted picks for different styles.. i like my fingers and feel more comfortable finger style,, i do not like using a thumb pick playing fast country licks,, rather learn your method hybrid with the stiff pick i see ..ty once agaon for sharing. Many here at GMC are inspirational talented instructors,, glad to be a member and learning much here from you and the others. this morning Ted Greene lick of the day so cool!.. I never heard of the guy but what beautiful embellishing chords.. using a Carvin semi hollow now.. i am fortunate to own a bunch of guitars.. was going to grab an es 335 deal on ebay but first want to sell a DM-12 string i rarely play. thank you once again for kind reply, John
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