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  1. Hello, how you doing? Justin here again.
  2. Uhm, I want to share with you a little
  3. cool technique called rolling today.
  4. Uhm, one of the biggest problems we have
  5. on guitar is if we get two notes that are
  6. in the same fret, but on different strings
  7. It can be quite hard to negotiate your
  8. fingers to get from one to the other
  9. quickly and smoothly
  10. So there's this little technique called
  11. rolling that I want to show you.
  12. Now, to really, we're going to use the
  13. A minor pentatonic scale to practice it.
  14. But, I need to show you the technique up
  15. nice and close so you can see exactly
  16. what's going on.
  17. Uhm, it's a little bit of a weird one.
  18. Uhm, but well worth it spending a little
  19. bit of time practicing it.
  20. Again, you shouldn't have to practice
  21. this forever, but if you give it a few
  22. weeks, you know if you're doing 5 minutes
  23. a day or whatever, give it a few weeks and
  24. you should sort it out.
  25. Don't go mad not being able to perfect it,
  26. just get the basic technique together, and
  27. then as you're learning songs that use it
  28. make sure that you're rolling the right
  29. way.
  30. It's particularly useful for a lot of the
  31. arpeggios when you start learning like A7
  32. and D7 arpeggios or whatever. You need
  33. to have this rolling technique well sorted
  34. So, let me go to a close up and show you
  35. what I'm talking about.
  36. Let's say we got this note here, and the
  37. next note that we want to play is this
  38. note here.
  39. Which these are both in the 5th fret with
  40. our first finger.
  41. Now, if you're playing that note and you
  42. have to lift your finger off and move it
  43. over to the other string. It takes a
  44. little bit too long.
  45. So, what we have to learn how to do is do
  46. this. There's only one note being sounded
  47. at a time.
  48. Now, the important part for this is, and
  49. I suggest you learn it this way first with
  50. just one finger.
  51. Put your first finger down, using the tip
  52. of your finger. When you flatten it, or
  53. roll it onto the next string, it's really
  54. important that just here the tip of your
  55. first finger mutes that D string.
  56. So that only the note C is sounding,
  57. which is this one here, the 5th fret.
  58. And when it goes back to the other one,
  59. it rolls onto the tip and now the third
  60. string is muted, so what I'm going to do
  61. now, you won't see my picking hand, I'm
  62. actually picking both the D string and the
  63. G string at the same time.
  64. The two center strings.
  65. And you'll...
  66. See the way it rolls from one to the other
  67. and then it rolls over like that and you
  68. can see the tip of the finger is now
  69. muting that D string, and now the
  70. underneath of the first finger is muting
  71. that other string. Let me get a better
  72. angle on that. That's better.
  73. Ok, so you can see here from the first
  74. finger, when it rolls over, you can see
  75. that the fourth string is actually up and
  76. then the third string is down, so you can
  77. And it works, of course, just as well for
  78. the third finger. If we do the third
  79. finger there. (Plays notes)
  80. And here we are for the exercise.
  81. So what we are going to be doing is
  82. starting here with the first finger and
  83. then roll it onto the next string.
  84. Same fret. Fifth fret roll onto the fifth
  85. fret. Now the next two notes, the minor
  86. pentatonic scale, roll on different frets.
  87. So you don't have to roll on that one, but
  88. then the next two strings you do.
  89. And the next two, third finger, roll
  90. point, roll it flat, point roll it flat,
  91. point, roll it flat, the next two are on
  92. separate frets.
  93. Point.
  94. Flat.
  95. Point.
  96. Flat.
  97. And they're exactly the same thing
  98. backwards.
  99. Flat.
  100. Point
  101. Flat
  102. Point
  103. Flat
  104. Point
  105. Don't need it
  106. Flat
  107. Point
  108. [Plays lick]
  109. Another cool trick, a variation, that you
  110. might want to try is doing this...
  111. I call it rounding it. You go
  112. point
  113. flat
  114. up
  115. up
  116. down
  117. up
  118. down
  119. [Plays guitar]
  120. I hope you had fun with that exercise.
  121. It is quite a good one.
  122. It's a difficult one to explain, even with
  123. the video, I think, but it's all about
  124. getting the difference between the tip of
  125. your finger and then moving it on to the
  126. flat.
  127. I'm sure with just a little bit of
  128. experimentation you'll have success at how
  129. to do it.
  130. It's not that killer difficult, but it's a
  131. real problem when you're trying to get
  132. your pentatonic scales, particularly, have
  133. a lot of notes on the same fret.
  134. It's kind of difficult, but it sounds the
  135. most, this sounds like it.
  136. Loads and loads of little sounds.
  137. [plays bluesy guitar]
  138. Flat, point. That's bending the 7th fret
  139. third string.
  140. And then playing the fifth fret of the
  141. second string onto the 5th fret of the 3rd
  142. string.
  143. Being able to get that movement between
  144. those two strings on the same fret is a
  145. really good idea.
  146. So uhm, have a bit of a play with that.
  147. Check out the tabs on the website, and see
  148. if you can't learn to roll properly.