Pentatonic Workshop Level 3 - Legato Slides

by Ivan Milenkovic

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  • Hello GMC'ers, welcome to the third-in-line lesson of the "Pentatonic Workshop" megaseries!

    So far on the series we have done CAGED basic shape learning and advanced CAGED patterns, but been going only up and down the fretboard, not left and right. Well this time we are going to use our knowledge from the previous lessons and go diagonally left and right, connecting the boxes together using legato techniques, hammer ons, pull offs and slides.

    I have created several legato sliding patterns for you to get yourself familiar with connecting the boxes, and hopefully to give you new directions and ideas how to make your own interesting sliding exercises.

    In this lesson we will cover also timing exercises once again to really get the feel for different note values when doing slides. This is essential, because it creates a steady flow of notes that is applicable in any situation.

    THIS LESSON IS PLAY ALONG ENABLED! (this means you can actually practice along with the lesson, and there is no backing, because it is an exercise for metronome use only)

    Other interesting lesson that you may find useful after going through this one are these pentatonic sliding patterns from my older lesson called Pentatonic Sliding Lesson

    HAVE FUN! :)

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