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Any tips on making pentatonic climbing more fluid (electric guitar)

Supplementary comment too big for a comment box. My cello professor explained to me that when the brain sends one signal or instruction to the hands for each note, it is hard to achieve fluency. So, ...
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Any tips on making pentatonic climbing more fluid (electric guitar)

There are various techniques used in guitar playing which may help. Hammering on to the higher note will keep upward movement smoother to play and smoother sounding too. As will pull-offs when going ...
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Any tips on making pentatonic climbing more fluid (electric guitar)

I assume you are talking about the basic 2 notes per string pentatonic positions but just about anything you do on guitar is dependent on good coordination between BOTH hands. Of course you must have ...
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What is the name of this scale based on the harmonic series?

In xenharmonic theory, this scale is called an overtone scale, specifically "Mode 8 of the Harmonic Series" (Denny Genovese's term). To be precise, this assumes Just Intonation (pure ratios, ...
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Why are the frequency ratios of notes in the Pythagorean scales 9/8 and 256/243?

If one uses the following sequence of interval ratios for a major scale, the product of the ratios does, in fact, add up to 2:1 - 9:8, 10:9, 16:15, 9:8, 9:8, 10:9, 16:15. These major and minor ...
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