ALTERNATE PICKING and STRING SKIPPING ARPEGGIOS

This cool sounding classical piece (called ‘Solfeggietto’ and written by J. S. Bach’s youngest sibling Karl) adapts to electric guitar magnificently.  Transcribed for guitar here, it proves to be a great work out with alternate picking, quick position shifts, and string skipping. Example 1 is the first part of ‘Solfeggietto’, while the subsequent examples show how to learn, rehearse, and master the piece using ‘micro-exercises’. For the complete lesson visit TROY STETINA SERIES DIGITAL GUITAR MAGAZINE.

Want more musical examples like this? Check out my book/CD Secrets of Shred Guitar where this was taken from.

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