Neoclassicalosaurius Rex

by Lian Gerbino

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  • hi there! welcome to a new lesson.

    this lesson is about the well-known style: Neo-classical. so, why that weird tittle? well...
    I was playing my guitar, as many days of my life, and surfing on the net at the same time.
    when, suddenly, I remembered the great music from Jurassic Park (insert a ninja face here). so I though: "I will make a lesson influenced by the movie's music" well, that did not happen :P
    in its place this neo-classical etude appeared in my mind pretty close where the T-Rex is slowly eating my brain!

    in this lesson we'll use and focus on techniques like:

    -2 string sweeping
    -alternate picking
    -pinched harmonics

    since this lesson has a neo-classical sounding we can expect to find the harmonic minor scale, and the melodic minor scale.

    Hope you like this lesson! Have fun!

    stay close! -

    Used scales: A minor – A harmonic minor
    Meter: 4/4 –
    Guitar Tune: half step down
    TEMPO: 160 Bpm.

    As some of you know, I use a POD xt to rec all my lessons. you'll find my presets on my board ;)

    If you have any problems let me know.
    Take care and see you all around.

    Lian Gerbino

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