3 alternate picking jazz fusion guitar licks

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3 alternate picking jazz fusion guitar licks

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Hi Guys,

Today we have 3 mid tempo 130-150 Bpm alternate picking jazz fusion cadence guitar lines.

They all employ the same principles of barring, a bit of scale and arpeggio.

This first line starts on an “Upstroke” alternate picking on the up beat. This in turn will let us start on the beat with a down stroke on the first beat of the next bar alternate picking.

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Here is the full improvised guitar line:

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Guitar Line 2: This line starts with an Up-Beat but because there is an “Even” grouping of notes it starts on a “Down Stroke”.

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Guitar Line 3: This line is just a simple 2 bar line with no upbeat. Strict alternate picking starting on a “Down stroke”.

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2 String Alternate Picking Guitar Exercise

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2 String Alternate Picking Guitar Exercise

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Just a quick 2 string alternate picking guitar exercise.

This starts on a down stroke:

It’s important to count time:

1 e and a 2 e and a etc

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It’s also a good idea to accent the first note and the 3rd note of each 4 note grouping.

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This is only a short exercise but it is really useful for crossing the strings and practicing playing at extremely fast tempo’s.

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Alternate Picking Guitar Exercise [4 Positions]

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Alternate Picking Guitar Exercise [4 Positions] Guitar Lesson

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Hi Guys,

Today we will look at an exercise for connecting scales in 4 positions along the fingerboard with alternate picking.

The first point to take into account is that it is best to “Accent” the third note of each 4 note grouping.

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This will drive the music/exercise along.

The next point to consider is the simplistic guitar fingering employed because this makes it easy for the fretting hand to connect the different positions together.

Here is the exercise:

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