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> Quick Licks #74 - Benpeggios!, Ben Higgins inspired version of playing a traditional Arpeggio
Todd Simpson
post Apr 6 2019, 07:47 PM
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In this Quick Lick, let's use a unique method of playing and Arpeggio. It is one favored by our own BEN HIGGINS. I borrowed this directly from him and give him full credit for it. It's a very clever way to run an Arp!!! It's not a "SWEEP" picking lick. Each note is played distinctly instead of using the drag/rake technique. Keep a good palm mute and follow the pattern. It's a great way to use Arpeggios without using the sweep/rake.


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post Apr 30 2019, 08:36 AM
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post May 2 2019, 03:20 AM
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Watch and learn folks. This is a very spiff rendition of this Quick Lick. Played well and then applied to other shapes/modes. This is exactly what I hope people will get out of these. Something that they can then apply in other ways using what they've learned. Well done and well played!!! This is a very tricky picking patter and you KILLED IT!!!

In other words you just..
LEVELED UP!!!!!
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post May 17 2019, 03:22 PM
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post Dec 22 2019, 10:05 PM
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Take 1 Sarge, this has taken me quite a while to even get to this speed. This recording is me on the edge of failing, 5% slower and I'm fine. I can't see me ever using this though but it is good for the fingers and brain wink.gif

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post Dec 23 2019, 01:10 AM
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NICE!! This is a classic "BEN PEGGIO" Ben Higgins introduced me to this way of running arps a while back. I must admit that all the back and forth made my brain melt for the longest time. After much repetition I was able to get my head around it. I'm playing it about as fast as I can run it without the entire thing falling apart so I feel your pain! You can use this picking pattern are any chord or arp! So it's something that can be used in a variety of places. You got this!
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Take 1 Sarge, this has taken me quite a while to even get to this speed. This recording is me on the edge of failing, 5% slower and I'm fine. I can't see me ever using this though but it is good for the fingers and brain wink.gif

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post Dec 23 2019, 11:47 PM
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Thanks buddy,

I got the next one but didn't get time to record.

Tomorrow it will be there.

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You've are on a roll!!

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Thanks buddy,

I got the next one but didn't get time to record.

Tomorrow it will be there.

Cheers

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