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Fast Legato Rock Technique #5 (Guitar Lesson RO-015) How to play

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    Hello, viewers
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    So here we are for, uhh, position 2
    of the 3 note per string scale
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    So, uhm, what we're going to be
    doing this time, now
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    The first scale that we learned started
    on the note G, and went up like this:
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    Now this next one is going
    to start on the note A,
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    now some people call it the Dorian
    position, but I don't really think
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    -okay it kind of is, but really it is just
    the second position of the G major scale
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    using a 3 note per string technique.
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    Now, I'll play it for you quickly here and
    then we'll go into a close-up and
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    you can see exactly how it's done.
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    So here it is in the big, wide view:
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    The root note
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    is now there.
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    Okay, now let's go to a close-up mate?
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    Okay, so here we go for position 2,
    G major scale, 3 notes per string,
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    and make sure that you realize that the
    highest, the last root note here is this
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    this G here.
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    But we're gonna start out on the A now.
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    So here we go, now we're going to use your
    first finger
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    second finger
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    third finger
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    because that way we're keeping our hand in
    the right position the whole way through.
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    So we got this
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    now, big position change now
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    Little bit faster and smoother now, just
    be really aware of this position change
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    here where it goes from here
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    It's quite a big one.
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    Might be worth practicing that
    little bit just like that
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    When you get to your cycling.
    Anyway, here we go again
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    smoother and...
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    So, that was position 2 of the G major
    scale using 3 notes per string.
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    I have got to say it again, do it slowly.
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    Umm, so, make sure you do it really...
    yeah practice it real slow, get it right
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    and then have a go at applying those
    cycling tricks that we just used
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    in the last lesson to that scale.
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    Now, that's going to be a little bit
    tricky particularly on that change
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    between the 3rd string and the 2nd string
    where there's a big position jump.
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    It's dead normal for that to be a bit of
    a struggle, but it's not that hard.
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    It just takes a little extra bit of
    practice, so have a groove on that, and
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    in the next lesson
    I'll show you how to join
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    your 1st position
    to your 2nd position
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    See you's later!
Titel:
Fast Legato Rock Technique #5 (Guitar Lesson RO-015) How to play
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Video Language:
English
Team:
JustinGuitar (legacy)
Projekt:
Rock (RO)
Duration:
03:44

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