Classical Tremolo Lick For You To Learn
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Classical Tremolo Lick
Classical tremolo technique should be played fingerstyle, although my relatively recent switch to using a thumb pick allows me to use a classical tremolo style as an improvisational tool and blend the style with my playing style.
Try applying classical tremolo technique when playing chord progressions. The technique doesn't have to be restricted to classical guitar!
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Diminished Scale Over Dominant 7
Lick number 8 uses the diminished scale to create tension over an A7 chord. A diminished scale is a great sound to use over a dominant 7 chord, although the tension needs to be released. This lick uses the diminished scale over the dominant 7 chord, then resolves when playing over the Dmaj7 chord.
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