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Jguitar914  
5 Feb 2011 11:59 | Quote
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Please tell me how you would play something like this in a solo rel fast, its rele hard

E|------9-5---5-9-5---5-----|
B|----------7-------7-------|
G|--------------------------|
AlexB  
5 Feb 2011 12:08 | Quote
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Legato and big /stretches
Jguitar914  
5 Feb 2011 12:10 | Quote
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idk what legato is hehe
gshredder2112  
5 Feb 2011 12:11 | Quote
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you could alternate pick this,by starting with a upstroke on the first note on the Estring,downstroke on the second note on the E strng,then an upstroke straight to the B string,dostroke back to the 4th not on the Estring,etc
gshredder2112  
5 Feb 2011 12:20 | Quote
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but legato(ie,hammerons and pulloffs)could work too.
MoshZilla1016  
5 Feb 2011 12:21 | Quote
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It's an F#minor triad so it can be played over F#m chord (no brainer) but can also be played over A Maj. As far as playing fast that would be up to the picking style you prefer. I would pick every note using alternate picking but I have seen Paul Gilbert do stuff like this and pick only once. He would pick the 5 then hammer on the 9 pull off back to the 5. Then use a hammer on from nowhere for the 7, repeat the process by picking the 5 again. This pattern is used a lot. Play slow at first then build speed once you get used to the pattern. Here is two more examples that follow the same pattern. Also in F#..


Major
e--9-6---6-9-6---6-
B------7-------7---
G------------------



Diminished
e---8-5---8-5---5-
B-------7-----7---
G-----------------
gshredder2112  
5 Feb 2011 12:46 | Quote
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or you could take the mark knopfler approach to triads and use hybrid picking.like use the pick for all notes on the B string and use your 3rd ofinger fo r the notes on the Estring,plucking The 9th note a pulling off to the 5th and using the pick to execute a downstroke on the notes on the BSTRING
MoshZilla1016  
5 Feb 2011 12:53 | Quote
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@Jguitar914 you see man, there are plenty of wrong ways to play guitar and there is not just ONE way to play it right. Experiment and choose what sounds best and is most comfortable to you. Good luck dude.

gshredder said
you could alternate pick this,by starting with a upstroke on the first note on the Estring,downstroke on the second note on the E strng,then an upstroke straight to the B string,dostroke back to the 4th not on the Estring,etc
I would do the opposite and start with a downstroke but we are getting the same results. Guitar==mans greatest invention!!
gshredder2112  
5 Feb 2011 13:12 | Quote
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you are correct moshzilla i stated how to play it using inside picking,and you suggested outside picking,they are both valid and just as fast as each other,butlike you said there are countless ways to play a pattern,1786 to be exact.
nullnaught  
5 Feb 2011 14:19 | Quote
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hammer ons and pull offs will get you the speed.
Domigan_Lefty  
5 Feb 2011 17:08 | Quote
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For the top post,
with picking hand tap 9th fret, pull off to fretting hand 5th fret, pull off to fretting hand 2nd fret, hammer to fretting hand 5th fret, hammer to picking hand 9th fret.
(all on high E string)

EVH style.


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