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In this alternate picking exercise, you will start the journey of using all four fret hand fingers in playing the most common four note patterns that you will come across.
In this exercise, you will continue your alternate picking studies of four note patterns, further unlocking your fingers on the fretboard!
In this alternate picking guitar exercise, we look at yet another common four consecutive note pattern which will continue conditioning your fret hand fingers for the technical mastery that you are seeking!
Here we have the final consecutive four note pattern in this alternate picking guitar lesson - this one is the toughest, so get ready to teach your fingers to behave like they haven't before!
Now that you have practiced alternate picking various four note patterns, in this exercise you will see how the guitar lesson material can be applied in a musical context.
Alternate Picking - Three Notes Across Strings, Pattern 1
Alternate Picking - 3 Notes Pattern 1
Alternate Picking - Two Note Pattern 1
Major 7th Arpeggio on Two Strings - adding the 13th