Chapter 8: Wide Scale Fingerings, Cycling Scale Segments and Combining Scales

Chapter 8: Wide Scale Fingerings, Cycling Scale Segments and Combining Scales

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Chapter 8: Wide Scale Fingerings, Cycling Scale Segments and Combining Scales

This section demonstrates how Randy would use wide fret-hand stretches to play three-notes-per-string fingering patterns, which he would use in conjunction with double hammer-ons and pull-offs to create long legato runs in a variety of scale positions. Also covered is the way Rhoads would take small, isolated scale fragments and use them as repeating rhythmic motifs to create intense-sounding licks while staying in a compact fretboard pattern, and how he would combine various scales, such as minor pentatonic, blues and Dorian, in the same fretboard position to create harmonically colorful licks.

Genre:

Hard Rock, Lead, Metal, Rock, Shred

Difficulty:

Intermediate-Advanced

Tuning:

Standard

Techniques Used:

scales, wide fret-hand stretches, hammer-ons, pull-offs, vibrato

Artist:

Randy Rhoads

Run Time:

4:30


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