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Skippy - Hybrid Skipping - Part 1

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'Skippy' is a short original piece that covers the technique most notably fashioned by Paul Gilbert; string skipping. Highlighting the major, minor and diminished shapes whilst incorporating hybrid picking to provide an easier route to achieving high speed and fluency.

LESSON FILE INCLUDES:

  • Main Video
  • Full lesson videos in mid and slow tempo
  • Full lesson CLOSE UP videos in fast, mid and slow tempo
  • 3 speed backing tracks
  • Full lesson explanation with shapes drawn in Word and PDF
  • Tab in GP6, GP5 and PDF formats
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'Skippy' is a short original piece that covers the technique most notably fashioned by Paul Gilbert; string skipping. Highlighting the major, minor and diminished shapes whilst incorporating hybrid picking to provide an easier route to achieving high speed and fluency.

The piece focuses on note inversion and rhythm alterations, introducing the use of added interest to string skipping shapes before divulging into alternate note choice and further development.

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This lesson will help you develop:

  1. Alternate arpeggio shapes
  2. Left & right hand co-ordination
  3. Hybrid picking & legato speed

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The lesson pack includes;

Backing Tracks:

  1. Full Speed
  2. Mid Speed
  3. Half Speed

Score:

  1. Guitar Pro 6
  2. Guitar Pro 5
  3. PDF

Video:

Full View:

  1. Full Speed
  2. Mid Speed
  3. Half Speed

Close Up:

  1. Full Speed
  2. Mid Speed
  3. Half Speed

Writing

  1. Word Doc
  2. PDF

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Thank you for checking out my first lesson and hopefully the start of many more!

Andy C

 

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