This lick starts with a taste of B Dorian mode, then employs some chromaticisms to liven up some minor pentatonics in the upper register. It concludes with an outside sounding arpeggio sequence that lands on the root note.
Here is my little introduction into "two handed tapping" technique - (both hands over fretboard). Playing this way you'll reach very interesting (more like keyboard) sound on your guitar...and it looks very cool on stage ;) Steve Vai does the same in his song "Bulding The Church" !
This is a short neoclassical sounding alternate picking and string skipping lick. It will help you develop your right – left hand coordination and improve the precise movement of your pinky. Check it out.
Here's the first in a mini series of free lessons in which I'm aiming to demonstrate how you can add some extra colour to your solos by adding just one note to the pentatonic scale. This lesson contains four licks in Cm, with added "blue note"!