Cool 8 finger tapping workout Aleksandre!
Very useful excercises!
A newer great piece of this very useful series! Nice job Aleksander!
very cool tapping never would thought about it! great exercise
Fantastic and smooth sounding Aleksandar
Great techique and very useful lesson!
Great exercises, very clean playing!
Coool exercise Alexandar,I have never tried such a way of playing
I'm sure a lot of us will find this lesson useful
This is so useful! great lesson partner!
awesome workout, still gotta try this myself, so far I never used more that 2 fingers to tap
Very nice and useful exercise. You really developed this technique. I can't move with this stuff
Hello again! And welcome to '8-Finger Tapping Basics - Exercise no.4'. This is another basic exercise lesson that will help you improve your 8-finger tapping abilities. We have two variations of one exercise. Both of them have the same fingering pattern per string, left hand 1-4, then right hand 1-4, only the first variation has a linear string 1-6 sequence, while the other has string skipping 6-4-5-3-4-2-3-1 and so on.
Here, the right hand has an important role, its there so the left hand can automatically copy it's movement, without you even noticing, because of the left-right hand connections between your brain hemispheres.
This is a very useful exercise, as a preparation for learning to play 8-finger tapping scales. But if you should have any trouble with this one, I would suggest you to get back to some of the previous lesson of the '8-Finger Tapping Basics' series, or you can simply PM me for assistance.
So, there you go. Good luck! :)
Tempo: 120 BPM;
Time signature: 4/4.