Including three-note-per-string linear scales to your guitar-playing toolbox is terrific for developing speed and coming up with cool brand-new lick concepts. Duplicating shapes throughout the strings offer a truly unique noise – one that’s utilized throughout rock and metal playing.

In this brief electrical guitar video lesson, Elixir Strings artist Cameron Cooper begins with a basic three-note-per-string pattern and demonstrates how to establish concepts with it. Using slides, bends and other expressive techniques, he reveals us how to turn these patterns into musical expressions that will provide our soloing a new lease of life!

Cameron’s go-tos are Elixir OPTIWEB Coated Electric Strings for their long tone life and great feel.

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