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Right now, I'm learning how to play Rage Over a Lost Penny (Paul Gilbert's rendition). I can play the entire thing with no problem, save the last measure of part two (It's played twice). Irregardless, what would the best fingering options be for the notes on the D and E string? I'm having a lot of trouble, and I was wondering what the recommending fingering would be. Much appreciated. (P.S. It's played 155 BPM, all sixteenth notes. Not really a shred, but I love playing classical, as long as it's not baroque.)
"Chuck-E-Cheese called. They want their band back."
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  4   1  3  4  1  3  4  1  2  4     1  2  3  4  4  4


That's basically how I would do it.

1=Index
2=Middle
3=Ring
4=Pinky
#3
^^ I agree
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#4
the title of this thread was completely misleading
Quote by Duane_Allman
Your gayer than me, and thats pretty gay.
Quote by Twist of fate
If there's blood on the field, play ball.
[center]
The
e|--3---0---0--|
B|--0---1---0--|
G|--0---2---1--|
D|--0---2---2--|
A|--2---0---2--|
E|--3---x---0--|
You just lost.[/CENTER]
#5
Right. I meant the A string, but I didn't realize that it got cut off. Either way, I figur I'll just go faster, and the E string was just annoying.
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