Very inspiring hybrid patterns Stephane!
Awesome, Stephane! I've been avoiding hybrid picking for some reason. This will be a very good exercise to dive right in with some usable licks.
I really like the way these licks sound Might give it a try myself someday
very nice licks man!
Great licks, these are very useful for connecting various themes inside the solo.
Great lesson Stephane!!!
love it man!!! very useful stuff!
Very cool Stephane, I'm going to have to give these licks a go !! :-)
Groovy licks. Well done!
great stuff, i can see where this is going and like it!
Hey man, glad you like it! Stephane isn't around anymore, but you can tell me if you need to know stuff about this lesson
This is a favorite exercise, just wanted to know if the tab .third measure from the bottom.. the B string 7 to th 9 is correct? tia, john
Hello John! It's 7 to 8 - as in the rest of the bar, we use the G note (8th space, B string)
great exercise and cool (fusion) licks? anyway, good bookmark..thank for sharing
Hey mate, glad you liked it
i enjoy this everytime,, great practice
Hi GMC'ers! In this lesson we'll take a look at some ways and ideas to apply the hybrid picking technique to lead playing. We'll combine two techniques: hybrid picking and legato. I've focused on some lines involving the minor pentatonic, the major scale, and some arpeggios sequences. As always, if you're not comfortable with the hybrid picking technique, play the lines very slow with a metronome.
Try and apply these exercises/phrases all over the neck, throughout the arpeggios, in the different positions of the G major scale, and in others keys.