Alternate Picking VII

About Alternate Picking VII

Level: Syn's Etudes

Alternate Picking VII

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Head to the Comments section below to discuss and share videos of yourselves applying this to different Scales and Chord Progressions. I look forward to seeing what you come up with!

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Matthieu Dubois
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Matthieu Dubois Syn, we are learning this particular technique from you, but what about you? I'm curious to know who teach you that technique?
Benjamin Porter
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Benjamin Porter I can't figure out what this scale is, or how to apply it! Help!
Yair Molakandov
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Yair Molakandov the first pattern is in the B phrygian dominant scale which is the fifth mode of the E harmonic minor scale. you can watch lessons 100 and 101 to learn about those scales. the second pattern is in Em, it is some sort of an Em9 arpeggio. the third and forth patterns are both arpeggios of Cmaj7 and than Fmaj7.
Ids Schiere
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Ids Schiere Is it just me or is the Synthetic recording faster than the video recording? When i put it on the eight note sixlets(have no idea how you actually call them) I can play along at 150% with the video recording but the synthetic recording at 150% is to fast for me.
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