Multi Finger Tapping Lesson Part II - Bumblefoot/Buckethead style

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  1. GJaunz

    GJaunz SS.org Regular

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    Hey everybody,
    Thanks to everyone who checked out my first multi finger tapping lesson! It got a bunch of views, so I figured a second multi finger tapping lesson is probably a good idea. The lick I teach in this lesson is more in the style of Bumblefoot or maybe Buckethead. You can tell me if you think it sounds like anybody :). Either way, it's a lot of fun to play, so I think you'll all enjoy it.

    I also posted another hybrid picking lesson. The hybrid picking lesson was nowhere near as popular as the multi finger tapping one, but it's such an important technique, I had to post another (all the greats like Ron Thal, Guthrie Govan, Mattias Eklundh, Shawn Lane, Zakk Wylde, Eric Johnson, etc have monster hybrid picking chops). I teach a lick Eric Johnson plays in the intro to Cliffs of Dover as the example.

    Check 'em out below and don't forget to check out my new album here:
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    Cool stuff :)
     
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    cool lick. ive been wanting to post lesson vids but meh.

    a good vid to do on multifinger tapping would be practising scales with the picking hand using a metronome from 1 note - eventually up to 12 notes per beat :agreed:
     
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    Thanks guys! @chucknorrishred: I like your idea. I'm actually working on something similar to that for my multi finger tapping series :)
     

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