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Legato Exercises for Beginners: Figure 3

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Lesson Excerpt: Now we're going to practice the last "shape" in the form of fingers 1, 2 and 4, but with whole step, whole step intervals. As with the previous drills, start slow and build up the tempo only when you feel the lick feels and sounds smooth. Once you ...

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