8-Finger Tapping Basics #4

by Aleksander Sukovic

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  • 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.





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