#1
he uses only arpeggio ?? or there are many scales that are often used by him as well ??
#3
can you show me the exact pattern of harmonic minor ??
#4
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can you show me the exact pattern of harmonic minor ??



It's just a natural minor scale with a raised 7th interval.

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#5
For the duel lead attack, Tipton/Downing and Murray/Smith are unstoppable. For utter shred insanity the Great Kat is unsurpassed, kickass thrashers among my favorites are Alex Skolnick, and Destruction's Mike. Also, Yngwie makes the harmonic minor scale sound like no other, and for local heroes, Joe Stump is a damned proficient guitarist (to put it mildly). My original reason for wanted to play guitar was Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page

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For the duel lead attack, Tipton/Downing and Murray/Smith are unstoppable. For utter shred insanity the Great Kat is unsurpassed, kickass thrashers among my favorites are Alex Skolnick, and Destruction's Mike. Also, Yngwie makes the harmonic minor scale sound like no other, and for local heroes, Joe Stump is a damned proficient guitarist (to put it mildly). My original reason for wanted to play guitar was Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page

There are so many guitarists I'm inspired by
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#7
I think that you should figure it out for yourself. That helped me alot in learning theory. But if you are too lazy, then yes, the harmonic minor is used frequently in neoclassical music, and so is the Phrygrian mode.
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#9
If you can't figure that kind of thing out on your own, you probably aren't ready to play his music or write music in his style. Sorry if that sounds harsh, but Jason Becker's music is pretty complex both technically and musically. You'd best get studying your theory so you can figure this kind of thing out for yourself later.
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#10
I believe he used major and minor scales with accidentals whilst following the chords (as in, chord tones and arpeggios). My guess is that his style is similar to Marty Friedman style which is pretty well explained in his video "Melodic Control."
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Quote by sahara000
For the duel lead attack, Tipton/Downing and Murray/Smith are unstoppable. For utter shred insanity the Great Kat is unsurpassed, kickass thrashers among my favorites are Alex Skolnick, and Destruction's Mike. Also, Yngwie makes the harmonic minor scale sound like no other, and for local heroes, Joe Stump is a damned proficient guitarist (to put it mildly). My original reason for wanted to play guitar was Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page

There are so many guitarists I'm inspired by


Thanks


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