Lesson Series: “0 To 60, An Introduction to Alternate Picking” - Lesson 90
LESSON #90 - 2011 Final Lesson! (Last chance to work our pinky!)
Lesson Series by Todd Simpson
This is our Final Lesson of the year! Let's really RIP IT UP! Lots of great stuff planned But first, STRETCHING!
Let’s do our usual Finger Yoga stretches. Here is a link to the video for reference.
Here is our backing. Download it for later practice as well.
Now let's start working with our backing in addition to our metronome. This tablature shows the positions we are going to use. Play each set 4 times with the backing. E.g. Each set of four notes, repeats four times then shifts when played against the backing track. This will help us work our picking as well as our stretch.
We are going to add in open strings and give our lick an almost arpeggio sounding vibe. But do so without actually playing an arpeggio shape. Again, play each position four times with the backing. Let's pick and pull this one as well.
Return of the TRIPEGGIO!
Let's do this same type of lick now as a "Tripeggio" a mixture of triad/arpeggio. So down stroke the first two notes like you are sweep picking then pull off/hammer on the rest.
Looking back, this lesson really got us started on our picking and shredding. Let's review this lesson and see if we have gained any speed since we started doing all this.
All of the lessons we have ever done are available in this killer wiki (Thanks to Fran!) if you have missed any of them, go back over them in 2012. Each one builds on the last so they are good to have covered!
Thanks for a great year guys Looking forward to a great 2012 @ GMC!