In the following video I explain how I'm able to pick 20 + notes per second, achieving my fastest alternate picking.
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I was asked the most complex "question" I've ever received recently. Basically, this person wanted to know how to use 3 note per string octave licks, how to go from one scale shape to the next, how each shape relates to one another, can you go from Major to minor to harmonic minor to melodic minor, and how.
Woah! That's a lot of stuff. I did my best to answer everything as quickly and precise as possible in this video, which does happen to be a bit lengthy:
The following links are good resources for several 3 note per string scale shapes:
http://www.discoverguitaronline.com/diagrams/view/6 (Major Scale Shapes)
http://www.discoverguitaronline.com/diagrams/view/64 (Harmonic Minor Scale Shapes)
http://www.discoverguitaronline.com/diagrams/view/65 (Melodic Minor Scale Shapes)
http://www.discoverguitaronline.com/diagrams/browse/scales (A Whole BUNCH of Scales)
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A not so common thing to do on guitar is combining finger tapping with bending strings. It can create a really cool sound and add some unique flavor to your solos.
Check out the following video to see some examples of how to do this:
Here are the tabbed examples shown in the video:
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John Taylor - guitar and bass instructor for Mile High Shred.