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C Pentatonic

You Knew We Couldn't Stop at G

Keep it smooth, steady, and connected. Start slowly with rest strokes. Speed it up and move to alternate picking if you like, but memorization is the goal here. USE THE LOOPER on measures 3 and 5. Play these runs many times for an endurance workout that will really help get your hands into shape. Do this with relaxed hands. If you feel a large amount of tension slow down and play at a speed that allows you so feel settled and at ease.

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Measure 7 is the intro riff for a very famous tune, and is a great example of the pentatonic scale.

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