These are a few Leftovers/Outtakes from my Video/Blog series on Guitarist Robert Fripp. I know some of you will find some of these interesting and useful so I have also compiled them in the video above.
This Fripp guitar line consists of Tritones and Octaves. For example C to F# and up the octave to the next C note. When played as a group of 4 notes this off sets the predictability of the rhythm by forming “Chord Pairs”.
An interesting point about this line is that it can be played in triplets:
Also, 16th notes in 3/4: [Similar to 2/4 but the groups of 3 all fit within the bar and for some players easier to count].
The right hand Robert Fripp guitar technique for this line employs strict “Alternate Picking” starting on a down stroke.
FULL FRIPP GUITAR EXAMPLE:
The last part starts on an “Up” stroke with strict alternate picking right hand technique once again:
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