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Browsing Archive: October, 2018

Ionian #5 sweep picking arpeggio

Posted by Niels Vejlyt on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, In : Sweep Picking Tapping 


Technique
This is a combination of the Sweep Picking technique and the multi finger tapping technique, but also I play a four notes per string legato pattern on the high E string with my fretting hand and then I tap using the long finger and the ring finger and still keeping the pick between the thumb and index finger

Theory
This arpeggio is very specific so it can mainly be used from the sixth step of the Harmonic minor scale

How to practice
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Phrygian Dominant Sweep Picking

Posted by Niels Vejlyt on Tuesday, October 16, 2018, In : Sweep Picking Tapping 


Technique
This is a combination of a traditional sweep picking arpeggio triad where I ad some really cool legato hammer on and pull off combined with some advanced tapping on the high E string making this into a phrygian dominant arpeggio omit the seventh. Of course you can ad the A making it a complete Harmonic minor scale fifth step by for example sliding the pinkie two frets up on the high E string and back again

How to use this
To be able to use this in your own playing for improvising or so...
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Extreme Tapping Locrian omit fourth

Posted by Niels Vejlyt on Tuesday, October 9, 2018, In : extreme tapping 


About
So this technique is actually the same we make us of in the Major scale and Dorian and Phrygian Extreme Tapping lick we did the last few times, we just change the major third into a minor third and change the ninth or second into a flattened and use the index finger for this of course, this way get the Locrian, then this new pattern in the tapping hand makes sure we get the flattened fifth and omits the fourth, the two whole steps in the tapping hand also gives us the flattened sixth and...
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Extreme Tapping Phrygian omit fifth

Posted by Niels Vejlyt on Tuesday, October 2, 2018, In : extreme tapping 


About
So this technique is actually the same we make us of as the Major scale and Dorian Extreme Tapping lick we did the last few times, we just change the major third into a minor third and change the ninth or second into a flattened and use the index finger for this of course, this way get the phrygian, then this new pattern in the tapping hand makes sure we get the seventh and omits the fifth as opposed to omitting the seventh as the last few times

Technique
This technique is something I inve...
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