Tapping Lesson

by Gabriel Leopardi

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  • Hi GMC! Today I recorded a tapping solo to help you to improve this interesting technique. I think that every guitar player should consider learning this technique as a way to get new playing possibilities.
    In this exercise you will learn some of the most used patterns using the triads of every progression’s chord.

    How I composed?
    As you know, if you are following my GMC lessons I use to compose the chord progression first and then with arpeggios and triads I build the solos. This lesson was composed in the same way.

    This is the chord progression: Em – B – D – A – C – G – C – D – Em

    Triad’s notes:

    Em: E G# B
    B : B D# F#
    D : D F# A
    A : A C# E
    C : C E G
    G : G B D

    Home works: Learn the triads in the fret board and compose your own tapping ideas using the same patterns of this lesson. I would like to listen to your idea in the GMC Forum!
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