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Reverse 3-in-a-line - Justin Sandercoe
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Reverse 3-in-a-line - Justin Sandercoe  (4/4 - Key A)

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Reverse 3-in-a-line - Justin Sandercoe
Reverse 3-in-a-line - Justin Sandercoe
Justin Sandercoe is a London based guitarist, songwriter, performer, producer and educator who grew up in Tasmania (an island off the South East coast of Australia) but has been based in West London since 1996.

Pattern Study licks like this are real useful lick in your vocabulary. I think I stole this off a piano player called Jim Watson of his piano trio album. It's a bit of pig in other positions but well worth the effort.

It works with the minor pentatonic and major pentatonic and once you get into it you will find it works in all kinds of situations. The live vid of "I don't need no doctor" solo I use this concept mixing major and minor pentatonics which sounds pretty funky I think.

Do try it out in other Boxes (Patterns) because it is great for your mind to figure which fingering works best where and there are some places where it really just doesn't work, well for me anyhow.


Reverse 3-in-a-line - Justin Sandercoe

Reverse 3-in-a-line - Justin Sandercoe
Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 1/2/2013
Updated: 3/23/2014
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