The harmonic minor scale (or Aeolian ♯7 scale) has the same notes as the natural minor scale except that the seventh degree is raised by one semitone, creating an augmented second between the sixth and seventh degrees. Thus, a harmonic minor scale is represented by the following notation: 1, 2, ♭3, 4, 5, ♭6, 7, 1. This lesson shows the sixth pattern of the major scale beginning on the the 3rd fret, sixth string. And then, repeating on the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th frets. Alternate pick though each pattern. You can also playing along with the videos using legato in later as you get more comfortable. The pdf shows all the scale patterns, the notation and tablature, as well as chord charts.
For this awesome shred style lesson from John Huldt, we cover a ton of SHRED style techniques that every guitarist would want to learn, sweep picking, two finger tapping, double picking, string skipping, tapping diminished runs, and symmetrical patterns as well.
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This lesson pack includes 11 essential rock guitar licks that uses the pentatonic scale to make rock phrases starting with easier licks that gradually increase in difficulty. Video examples for each lick fast and slow, Backing Track, tablature and notation pdf, scale charts for all of these scales, and a GUITAR PRO FILE INCLUDED!
These licks are setup to give you many of the different approaches used to make awesome licks using the minor pentatonic scale. This approach will help you learn phrases in the style Slash, Michael Schenker, Jimmy Page, Jimmy Hendrix and many many others. The backing track is in A, that way you can practice this and really get the sound and the feel of this type of playing in your ears and under your hands.
Practicing scales, licks and phrases this way is really great for building your speed, accuracy, and overall technique. Use the backing track to learn, and apply the different scale types. If you need work learning the patterns, you can work each scale with quarter, eighth, triplets, sixteenths, and sixteenth note triplets. Then do the same with each lick example, practice the licks back to back as you get better at them. For the final step start mixing the licks in with your phrases and ideas to maximize how much you take away from this lesson pack.
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