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Hybrid Picking Sequences - Example 5

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So, we've run through 4 examples of arpeggios now, so it's high time we get down to some linear stuff right?

In example 5 we play the A Dorian scale ascending and descending in a very linear fashion, just to get used to picking every starting note on every new string. This is something that might not be something you want to do all the time, but it is very useful for creating a more "distinct" sounding line, as opposed to a legato "slur". Also, it is definitely something you want to practice to get comfortable with hybrid picking in any situation!

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