arpeggios, rhythm and blues, soul, four note arpeggios, 4 note arpeggios, economy pickingby Javier Aviles
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Here I show you an example about how to play melodies on the guitar using octaves: 4 strings octaves, 3 strings octaves. For that I have composed a r&b soul style song. Some guitarists who use it: Paul Jackson Jr, Norman Brown, George Benson ...
rhythm and blues soul
-Tonality & Scales:
octaves melody, fast sliding notes, hybrid picking, rasgueo
I used a Ibanez HR 2453 1973 with a clean sound.
Standard Tunning: E, A, D, G, B, E
-Tempo & Beat:
120bpm (Slows 60bpm)
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