16th Notes Phrasing

by David Wallimann

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  • In today's lesson, we'll learn how to use a simple rhythm motif to improvise. The key is to keep a steady simple rhythm division and just play with it as you create your lead. In this case, we'll use 16th notes which are groups of four notes per beat.

    The backing track is a simple I-IV-V in A Major. Make sure you are familiar with some fingerings of the Major scale before you start.

    As always, keep focused on rhythm placement and good finger placement for optimal clean results. Practice well!

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