William Byerley
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So, the idea is to develop finger strength independence, sustaining notes while changing notes and minimize fret hand movement. I haven't practiced it too much yet, I saw it on YT few years back and forgot. If your new, I suggest putting this into your practice routine as soon as you can comfortably divide your fingers among 4 frets. Here is my attempt at a tab: e-8----7----6-----5------- b----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- g----5----8-----7----6---- d---- a------------ repeat/slow and controlled movements this is a Chromatic riff. simply moving to the nearest fret. e-------- move one finger at a time and do your best to keep your fingers in place, letting the notes ring when changing them. Think like a "SPIDER" I know I look like a weirdo, was staring at my fingers on the camera This will improve your playing
William Byerley
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