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The key to these examples is to accent the 1st and 3rd notes [“Downstokes”]whilst also remembering the “Up” stroke as a lighter but essential touch in order to cross the guitar strings fluently when strict alternate picking.
The first example starts on the 3rd beat, so remember to count 3 e and a 4 e and a to come in on the 1st beat of the next bar.
Example 2: Employs a simple pentatonic scale and then joins together with the F melodic minor scale as used in the 1st example.
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