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.