4 Fingers Tapping Over Pentatonics

by Santiago Diaz Garces

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  • Hey guys, how’s it going? Welcome to my first lesson! This time, we’ll work on the 4 fingers tapping technique on the pentatonic scale.

    Before starting these kind of exercises, I recommend to start to develop fierce in the right hand fingers with chromatic works or different exercises that had been execute with that goal for the left hand, transporting them to the right.

    You must pay attention on these exercises that the figure has to be exactly the same as the wrote one, playing it always with metronome and slow until develop the security enough to play them clean. Then, start to speed them up little by little.

    As I always say, take this just as an example, create your own composition basing on these example and find always the musical way to practice it.

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    A pentatonic minor

    E pentatonic minor

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