Rhythmic Tapping Combinations

by Santiago Diaz Garces

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  • Hi everybody!

    In this new lesson we’ll work on rhythmic variations with the tapping technique using one and four fingers. The exercise begins with a simple line on the C major scale using 16th notes. The second part is made with Sextuplets and with more complex note combination, adding slide when back. On the last part, we use the Am pentatonic scale, playing quintuplets as main note duration. The idea is, as I always say, take this as an example and combine it in other positions, tonalities and experiment too with another note values. Hope you enjoy the lesson.

    Have fun!!


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