#1
I know this seems like a stupid/ noobish request, but can anyone give me some three note per string alt picking patterns? I have a decent amount under my belt but they've gotten stale from overuse. Here's an example of what I mean:


e - 
B - 
G - 
D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 16 - - - - - - - 16 17 19 etc.
A - - - - -  15 - - - - - - - 15 17 19 15 17 19 - 19 17 15 17 19
E - 15 17 19 - 19 17 15 17 19


Minor, major, or harmonic minor is cool. I'd appreciate it if you didn't tell me to think of them on my own, because I can do that, but obviously I'm lacking in some creativity here.
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#2
Try the minor pentatonic with string skipping.
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#3
Hmmm, if you want I'll link you to my collection of 25,000 tabs, there should be some in there
#5
All the scale studies I put here: http://artists.ultimate-guitar.com/scaleome_proj/ are basically 3 NPS. There's no reason you have to use 3 NPS, but that's what I use. However, you are going to have to do some work on your own. All the patterns have a description and I play them initially slowly enough you can figure them out, but there's NO tab.

If you're really stuck I'll tab out some bits and pieces, but since you know the scale is G, and there's a description for each pattern, it shouldn't be much trouble.
#7
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Are you looking for fingering patterns / shapes or sequencing patterns?


Sequencing patterns.
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#8
Try sequencing phone numbers as scale degrees, try octave displacing sequences you know, try to move the sequence through the whole neck (lowest note in key to highest, should be 3+ octaves).

Dunno if that helped, but it's certainly fun.
#9
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All the scale studies I put here: http://artists.ultimate-guitar.com/scaleome_proj/ are basically 3 NPS. There's no reason you have to use 3 NPS, but that's what I use. However, you are going to have to do some work on your own. All the patterns have a description and I play them initially slowly enough you can figure them out, but there's NO tab.

If you're really stuck I'll tab out some bits and pieces, but since you know the scale is G, and there's a description for each pattern, it shouldn't be much trouble.


Nice, helpful stuff.
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