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Audio Clip From Living Digits

This is another boogie riff that I created from the ol' A pentatonic minor scale. This one can be a bear when hitting the high notes in time on the 1st and 2nd strings, 5th fret.

But the real challenge is staying in time and adding the tapping lick at the end. This tapping lick is simply an extension of the A pentatonic scale pattern found on the 5th fret. If you play the A pentatonic scale starting at the 8th fret (the next pattern up from the 5th fret) you see that your right hand tapping is simply playing the 2nd note of each string from that pattern.


Another way to look at the tapping lick is that instead of only playing two notes per string for the A pentatonic scale, you're now playing three and playing that scale pretty fast.




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