Sometimes you just need to shred.



·Learn how to tighten up your technique.

·Understand how to move up the neck through the pentatonic shapes.

·Develop a rapid-fire picking attack.

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Is the pentatonic scale the most popular? Maybe. It certainly is one of the more overused scales. I've found one of the keys to building speed and technique is to use simple, repeating patterns. Aside from the physical benefits, these licks give something for the listener to lock into during a solo. This lesson is all about taking inspiration from Hammett, Zakk, Jake E. Lee, Kotzen, Howe, and others. Let's dig in.

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