Eight Fingers Over Pentatonics 3

by Santiago Diaz Garces

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  • On this new lesson of the “8 Fingers Tapping Over Pentatonics” series, we’ll work on examples with a “more pianistic” execution, in other words, hitting the notes and leaving behind legatos in the first part. On the second one, more common lines combining 16th notes with sextuplets on different positions of the scale. The tonality is Am and, as I always say, the idea is to work it nice and slow, focusing on the precision of the hit notes. In this case, approaching that we have 2 very different parts, you can work the 2 parts individually, and put them together when you have already nailed all the work.

    Enjoy it and have fun!

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