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Cram Session: Pentatonic Power April '16 Ex. 2



•Wrap your fingers around Mustaine’s unorthodox “spider chords.”

•Keep your rhythm playing interesting with syncopation and odd time signatures.

•Make your solos more interesting with variations on a theme.

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