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16th Note patterns - Your favourites?

Discussion in 'Chris Broderick' started by demeyed, Aug 1, 2007.

  1. demeyed

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    I've been playing a lot of six note per beat patterns and am looking for some new ideas for straight 16th note patterns to get playing them more. So what are your favourite passages or patterns of 16th notes? Any songs or exercises you guys prefer?
    I'm not reall looking for chromatic patterns though. They are usually uninteresting and sound a bit crap. Post tab or examples if you have them too.
     
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    i also have a much longer version of that just ask me for the tab. :)
     
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    i also have a much longer version of that just ask me for the tab. :)
     
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    'Prelude in D' by J.S. Bach. It's arranged for clean electric guitar in 'Speed Mechanics' book by Troy Stetina.

    Michal
     

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