Chapter 8: Connecting pentatonic shapes with finger slides and position shifts

Chapter 8: Connecting pentatonic shapes with finger slides and position shifts

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Chapter 8: Connecting pentatonic shapes with finger slides and position shifts

This chapter explores ways in which Page will often use finger slides and position shifts to connect pentatonic “box” shapes up and down the fretboard to create long, blistering, triplet-based runs that move diagonally across the strings. Also demonstrated are examples of ascending major-pentatonic “paths” the guitarist has made great use of when soloing in such classic songs as “Heartbreaker,” “Black Dog,” “Moby Dick” and others. Also demonstrated are cool examples of how Page uses descending, bluesy sweeps in songs like “SInce I’ve Been” loving You.”

Genre:

Artist, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock

Difficulty:

Intermediate-Advanced

Tuning:

Standard

Techniques Used:

alternate picking, bends, finger slides, hammer-ons, position shifts, pull-offs, rakes, scales, sweep picking, vibrato

Artist:

Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin

Run Time:

6:34


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