WeeklyckZ #35

This week in “WeeklyckZ” I decided to show you an ascending arpeggio lick, based on Em9maj7 chord. The lick is constructed by patterns, each one starting from different, sequential notes of the chord.

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WeeklyckZ #34

This week in “WeeklyckZ” I decided to show you a four arpeggio sequence, based on Gm, Gm#7, Gm7, and Gm6 chords. Played slow, it may sound a bit weird to you, but in the original tempo it’s pretty useful, if you want to spice up your solos.

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Jason Becker, Perpetual Burn and my first appearance on GuitarPlayer Magazine

Recently I was told by a guy at the Jackson Guitars Forum, that he read about me in the October edition of Guitar Player Magazine and I thought it was some joke… until I found, that actually I was mentioned there for real, and what was even more surprising and breathtaking was, that I was mentioned by Jason Becker (!) about my cover (actually a practicing video, that I uploaded to my facebook page) of his great track “Perpetual Burn”, and my name appeared right after Jeff Loomis (!)… I must admit, that I really stopped breathing for few seconds, because my jaw was somewhere on the floor.

I’ve never dreamed of such aknowledgement so early in my musical career… Thank you very much, Mr. Becker! 🙂

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WeeklyckZ #33

This week I decided to show you a bit more advanced arpeggio lick, inspired by Jason Becker​’s style of playing diminished arpeggios. This one is a mixture of three different arpeggios – A♭dim, Fm7 and G7, which combined construct a G7♭9♭13 chord – it has a dominant function and a bit of gypsy jazz flavour.

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WeeklyckZ #32

This week I decided to show you a tapping arpeggio inspired by Tony MacAlpine. There is a little tricky moment at the end, where you have to bend the string with your right hand, while you tap.

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WeeklyckZ #31

This week I decided to present you an extended range lick – an 8-string descending arpeggio, played over an Am6 chord. This time, I thought, that it may be useful for you, if there is a strings pad below the lick, so you can get a better idea of how it will sound over the chord.
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