Short Technical Study #13 (Quintervallic Jumps)
With the material presented in this series (Short Technical Studies) I seek to demonstrate some of the creative and fun ways in which I like to isolate and work on specific techniques on the guitar. Each study is designed with a unique concept and goal in mind and utilizes a variety of ways in which the technique can be used on the instrument.
Study #13 focuses on diatonic intervals of a 5th ascending and descending in intricate melodic motifs within each major scale mode's physical position/pattern on the fretboard. This intense intervallic workout consists of two main exercises that encompass the entire fretboard and range of the instrument.
By working on this study we can learn all diatonic 5ths of a major key all over the instrument as well as improve our endurance, strength, coordination and dexterity in both hands. Special stress is put on the right hand and on "string skipping" alternate picking.
All material presented in the key of F Major.
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