Chapter 7: Using Wide Fret-hand Stretches with Unusual Scales and String Skipping

Chapter 7: Using Wide Fret-hand Stretches with Unusual Scales and String Skipping

Digital Version

Regular price $1.99

You will get a direct download after checkout, and an emailed link.

Chapter 7: Using Wide Fret-hand Stretches with Unusual Scales and String Skipping

In this segment, Batio introduces the B whole-tone scale and different ways to play it using three notes per string and wide-stretch patterns with string skipping. The guitarist also introduces the B augmented arpeggio and how it relates to the scale, as well as diminished-seven arpeggios and some cool, challenging ways to finger and alternate pick them using three notes per string with very wide fret-hand stretches.

Genre:

Hard Rock / Metal, Shred

Difficulty:

Advanced

Tuning:

Standard

Techniques Used:

wide fret-hand stretches, scales, alternate picking, vibrato, arpeggios, hammer-ons, pull-offs, position shifts, string skipping

Artist:

Michael Angelo Batio

Run Time:

7:51


Share this Product


More from this collection