Deep Digging

by David Wallimann

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  • In today's lesson, we'll explore the tonal possibilities obtained by digging deep into the notes you play. As you know, the guitar can be very expressive. That is to our advantage. The following little instrumental piece will illustrate how you can accentuate certain notes to bring them out.

    We'll be playing with pentatonic scales today in E minor and B minor. Make sure to play everything in rhythm and attack the notes for the right effect. Once you are comfortable with the suggested licks, try them in your own music and make them your own.

    Have fun!






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