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Tremolo Picking Octave Harmony Lick In A Harmonic Minor

by zkman

Votes 1 | Rating 4




Guitar 1:
E-5-5-5-4-4-4-1-1-1-0-0-0-------------------------------------------0-0-0-4-4-4-5-5-5
B-------------------------1-1-1-0-0-0-------------------0-0-0-3-3-3------------------
G-------------------------------------2-2-2-1-1-1-2-2-2------------------------------

Guitar 2 (octave higher):
E-17-17-17-16-16-16-13-13-13-12-12-12----------------------------------------------
B-------------------------------------13-13-13-12-12-12----------------------------
G-------------------------------------------------------14-14-14-13-13-13-14-14-14-

E-------------------12-12-12-16-16-16-17-17-17-
B-12-12-12-15-15-15----------------------------
G----------------------------------------------



this lick is in A harmonic minor,with a guitar playing the part in one octave (guitar 1) and another one playing an octave higher (guitar 2).
this lick works at any speed and it's not that hard to play.

Comments:

01
02.25.2010
  GuitarGeorge

Interesting lick, are those supposed to be triplets?
Cause it starts sounding really cool if you play "heptuplets" (how do you say the groups of 7??)!
Also I would have lain the two guitars in a different interval from each other, just to spice things up. ;)
As I said very interesting lick, because you can make so much different things out of it.

02
03.21.2010
  zkman

that's how i like to create licks sometimes so that you can do many different things with them.

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