Neoclassical Etude

by Laszlo Boross

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  • Hi GMC-ers! In this lesson I'd like to demonstrate some ideas of how we can create a classical style solo using arpeggios in the harmonic minor scale.

    The basic building block is the A minor arpeggio combined with the A harmonic minor.

    * The beginning is an A minor arpeggio.
    * Then G major at the 10th fret.
    * Then A minor at the 8th.
    * F major at the 5th.
    * Slid Ab diminished arpeggio in the 3rd position.
    * A harmonic minor at the 12th.

    In the second part I only used A harmonic minor in two positions.

    * Sweeping
    * Alternate Picking
    * Slides
    * Pull-offs
    * Hammer-ons

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    Good practicing!/ Laszlo

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