#1
didnt know if anybody else has stumbled across this its where you play a chord and you take your pointer finger and ''scrape'' in an upward motion on the bottom three strings. sounds pretty cool when you get the hang of it. thoughts?
#3
Quote by xadioriderx
examples?


Seconded.
Quote by SonOfPest
Its the Lydian mode; formed in Eastern Arabia when the Persians invaded England.


Quote by Blind In 1 Ear
try the sexolydian scale.
#4
don't know about chords, but joe satriani uses alot of pick scrapping on singular notes. not sure if thats the right term. eh.
#7
oh so its just up strums with your index and only partway up. interesting.
im not sure when i would use it, but messing around right now if youre playing power chords and leaving the bottom 2 or 3 strings open (E power chord, etc) you can strum with no pick and do that technique on the open strings at the bottom, can do some neat things with that