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Playing scales alternating root notes and scale notes

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Playing scales alternating root notes and scale notes

Post by Mottlefeeder »

I found this execise on a Youtube video, and I now use it as part of my warm up.

As well as reinforcing the position of the scale notes relative to the root, I found it very helpful playing string-crossover notes, when I have a habit of changing fingers rather than moving then correct finger to a different string.

http://www.notreble.com/buzz/2016/03/14 ... pedalling/

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Post by Beyond »

That was more interesting than I was expecting. Thanks!
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