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Chapter 6: Twisted Pentatonic – Discovering new ways to use the minor pentatonic scale

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Chapter 6: Twisted Pentatonic – Discovering new ways to use the minor pentatonic scale

In this chapter, Mike continues investigating the minor pentatonic scale’s many applications for metal lead playing and shows additional ways to break free of typical lead patterns and create interesting and fresh-sounding licks. The examples offered demonstrate such techniques as using wide fret-hand stretches to expand pentatonic box shapes to include overlapping notes from the next higher box position, “cycling” symmetrical fingering shapes and patterns and employing quick hammer-ons and pulll-offs with wide finger stretches and intervals to create keyboard synthesizer-like sounds.

Genre:

Hard Rock, Metal, Shred

Difficulty:

Intermediate-Advanced

Tuning:

Standard

Techniques Used:

alternate picking, hamer-ons, modes, pull-offs, scales, wide stretches

Artist:

Metal Mike Chlasciak

Run Time:

8:10


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