Lesson Series: “0 To 60, An Introduction to Alternate Picking” - Lesson 35

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Today we are going to look at another way to approach a given scale. We will then take this pattern and apply it to the Minor Scale at the A position. Afterward, we will transpose it to E Minor and use it as a solo lick with backing track. Here is our first tablature.
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Today we are going to look at another way to approach a given scale. We will then take this pattern and apply it to the Minor Scale at the A position. Afterward, we will transpose it to E Minor (12th Fret) and use it as a solo lick with backing track. Here is our first tablature.
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Lets first look at a way to run a given scale.
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Lets first look at a way to run a given scale. (This is not a real scale, just a practice for your pinky)

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Todd Simpson
Todd Simpson

LESSON #35 - Developing Licks and Solos from Patterns and Scales


Lesson Series by Todd Simpson


Today we are going to look at another way to approach a given scale. We will then take this pattern and apply it to the Minor Scale at the A position. Afterward, we will transpose it to E Minor (12th Fret) and use it as a solo lick with backing track. Here is our first tablature.


Lets first look at a way to run a given scale. (This is not a real scale, just a practice for your pinky)


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Now lets apply that to the A minor scale, it would work in any key though.


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Here is the backing track from today's lesson. Download it and see if you can play the Minor pattern in the key of E as a solo with the backing track.

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