Warming up with…FRANK ZAPPA (Alternate Picking Exercise)

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Tempo = 90 BPM

The exercise combines Frank Zappa style runs and quartal harmony, moving through all 12 keys from A down to A an octave lower.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. This is the phrase from St. Alfonzo that always reminds me of the hook from Cat Stevens' "Matthew and Son"… nice warmup (and thanks for commenting on my analysis, otherwise I might not have found it)!

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