This week I made for you a video tutorial for a descending picking lick with some interesting flavour – it is in Hungarian minor scale, aka Double harmonic minor scale. The pattern of the phrases is often used in the neoclassical shred – you will see it clearly enough in the slow tempo part of the video.
This week in “WeeklyckZ”, I decided to show you another exotic lick, which is a Gm6/9(7#) arpeggio. I know, that the chord name sounds frustrating, but it is not that hard as it seems. The arpeggio is inspired by Django Reinhardt and it is basically a minor arpeggio with added major 6th (which gives the subdominant Django’s flavour), an added major 7th, which makes the chord even more unstable, and a major 9th, which is actually the 2nd note of the scale (melodic minor) – just for fun 🙂
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This week I am presenting you one more extended range lick, and more specifically, a 7-string one. But this time it’s even more interesting, because it is also a hybrid picking lick, with string skipping. The lick is in Harmonic minor scale in F#m.