Two Hand Arpeggio Tapping
Of all the guitar techniques, tapping is probably the most potent when it comes to making high speed interval jumps, scale movements, polyphony and polyrhythms. Tapping is a legato technique which means it incorporates hammer-ons and pull-offs for tone production. When delving into the art of two-hand tapping, the first thing you need to remember is to start slow.
This exercise covers variations on an Am7, Cmaj7, Gmaj6, Dmin7, Fmaj9 chords. You want to start by outlining each chord type separately, and then as you improve on the patterns connecting them into one long sequence.
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