Yet another strong etude Aleksander - also the ending took me by surprise, very unpredictable! Excellent stuff!
Very good etude lesson!
Oh man... I can only do the part at 0:28 ... *shoots self in the head*
Very inspiring lesson, man! Love the fast part at the end
Amazing etude Aleksander! I'm really enjoying your tapping lessons.
Love this tune, you're the man
wow, really good etude!
wow, sounds very cool, these patterns are very useful for inserting into "regular" guitar solos too.
I'm studying this etude, i love the sound of it, I can't wait for part 2, make the next one longer please, hehe, great job otherwise
Hi everyone! And welcome to the first part of my second etude for tapping. This one is obviously more demanding than 'Tapping Etude #1', since it written for 8-finger tapping.
The idea for this one is to summarize some of the techniques that we covered in lessons in the '8-Finger Tapping Basics' series.
First, we have the somewhat altered, to make more harmonic sense, 'copy-cat' technique, with the idea where the right hand repeats every movement the left one makes, with delay. So that it is playing intervals with delay.
Next, we have polyphonic intervals, a passage of octaves in melodic minor scale.
And, in the end, a fast descending passage of 32's, in intervals of third+octave in harmonic minor scale. Now, if you went through the 8-finger tapping basic exercises, you should be able to play this etude, eventually without discomfort.
But, if not I would recommend you to go back to practicing some adequate exercises you might find for the particular technique that troubles you the most.
I hope you enjoy learning this piece, and feel the benefits of playing it. Good luck! And use metronome :)