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Contemporary Shred Guitar Lesson 3

Posted by Niels Vejlyt on Tuesday, April 26, 2016, In : contemporary shred guitar 


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Hi there here is the third Contemporary Shred Guitar lesson and this time its exclusively tapping, its quite advanced Tapping and requires mastery of the index finger and little finger or the long finger and little finger on the Tapping hand. The idea is taken from my debut Sage's Recital album from the song The Last Unicorn but just transformed into a six string pattern but without the Dominant step. Enjoy

Dampening
This is obviously not for the faint of heart this technique and other tha...
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Contemporary Shred Guitar Lesson 2

Posted by Niels Vejlyt on Saturday, April 23, 2016, In : contemporary shred guitar 


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Hey here is the second of the Contemporary Shred Guitar Lessons, this one is even more Contemporary and this time theres no Neo Classical Shred Guitar influences. Its an E Major 7 Arpeggio played in three inversions, this tachnique requires some more finesse than the triads because of all the added Hammer on's and Pull off's along the way. Especially the second inversion requires a sleight of hand and no heavy-handedness.

Improvisation
Use the lesson or lick in its intirety from the firs...
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Contemporary Shred Guitar Lesson 1

Posted by Niels Vejlyt on Thursday, April 21, 2016, In : contemporary shred guitar 


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Welcome to the new lesson, these next few lesson will be all about thinking in new directions, trying new stuff, off course still within the Shred Guitar parameters but adding little new ideas here and there to add a new dimension to the after all quite played genre. As I talk about in the video you here the same chops that was invented in the late eighties early nineties and so many musician just keeps repeating them and for good reason, they sound amazing, but I myself am getting tire...
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