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Speedy Ideas Series 3: Minor Scale Patterns
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Remember, it is important to realize that playing fast - or "shredding" - should not be merely a flailing, spastic, haphazard jumble of notes or "stuff" you play as fast as you can. It should be a musical idea - just played faster than usual.
The pattern we will use this time is a series of interlocking patterns that cover an octave of the fretboard. This pattern will be playing in three note groupings of the E major scale on the B and E strings. You might recall some of these patterns from the diatonic modes! That is where they come from.
This tutorial is one in a series on building and using speed (very fast playing).
There are also these tutorials on visualizing and playing these patterns all over the fretboard.
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