Today's simple exercise will help guitar players re-connect with their inner musician, avoid lick clichés, and truly embrace who they are on the guitar!
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Since I have already made a few video lessons on the altered scale I thought it could be useful to make one consisiting of 10 lines that hopefully will give you some insight in what arps and structures I use in my lines. Hopefully this lesson will do just that.
Three different ways to view the altered scale that should help you get used to the sound and give you a way to make good lines with it.
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