This quick little embellishment makes licks sound more intricate and aggressive.
Take a simple chord progression and add a few unusual notes for a more modern and progressive sound.
There’s something very cool about a sudden shift in the music that throws the listener for a moment, followed by a return to the groove.
With a little diligent practice, the possibilities that this technique will offer are virtually endless.
This approach offers an economical way to cover a lot of fretboard ground while broadening the availability of notes within a given position.
How to employ fretboard tapping in conjunction with string skipping to achieve a very smooth and even sound when playing arpeggios.
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