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Middle Section Ending Lick

 

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In this lesson I show you a fancy way to end the middle section. It's a huge descending lick in C-sharp minor that uses groups of 1/16th note to play the scale in a sequence of 4's. We play it once with an ending that implies a G# chord which is the V of C-sharp minor. Then we repeat the whole thing an octave higher. The second time, though, we end on a B to imply the V of E major, because we are going to return to the main themes after that!

This lick is pretty advanced. Therefore, it's entirely optional. You can just repeat one of the simpler riffs to complete the section. But if you are up for a challenge, then this lick will provide one for you!

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