Arpeggios from Nowhere

by Chris Harrington

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  • HEY GMC!

    Welcome to my new lesson where we take a look into an interesting world where hammer-ons from nowhere meet fingerpicking. This style is a big part of Tosin Abasi's style where both hands are utilized like a piano player might think, this creates quick arpeggiated passages that normal picking would struggle to produce.

    The shapes used throughout the piece are very similar so you can really focus on getting the technique under your fingers. Hopefully this can be of use in your own writing and can be a useful tool during improvisation. To hear more of this style definitely check out Tosin Abasi's group Animals as Leaders so see how far these ideas can be pushed.

    TIME: 4/4


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