Very cool advice Ben as usual! =)
Great exercise man !
You are combining the technique and good sounding backing tracks very well, it makes the lesson very intresting
Thanks guys !!
Wow. Now that's legato!
excellent legato exercises man!
Excellent legato exercise
Thank you Gentlemen !
Great lesson Ben!!!
I just love these kind of exercizes! Great job, man!
Thank you Guys ! :-)
really digging these lessons thank you
Hi GMC'ers! We're taking it up a notch this time and adding a single triplet burst at the end of each 16th note phrase. This is a technique that people like Paul Gilbert and Troy Stetina use to train our brains and bodies to get used to playing phrases at faster speeds but without fatigue and loss of focus.
We move through similar scalar phrases that were featured in part 1, adding a 4th note on a lower string (you'll see what I mean). The purpose of this lesson is to get your fretting hand playing slightly more difficult scale sequences... and to encourage a little more speed and flexibility. Even if you think the triplet part is too hard for you, you may be surprised at what you can do.. so give it a try!
A5 - E5 - F5 - G5 - C5 - G5 - A5 - E5 - F5 - C5 - F5 - G5 - C5
* A minor
* A Aeolian
Enjoy, and remember.. the only opponent is within./ Ben