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GP’s favorite prodigal son Jude Gold delivered this
knowledge. “The easiest way to add zip to an ascending
three-notes-per-string scale is to pick only the first note
on each string and hammer the two that follow.
The problem with this highly legato strategy, though,
is that it results in a predictable and repetitive sound.
Southern California guitar sensei Jean Marc Belkadi
has noticed a clever way to liven things up without
slowing you down: Play every third picked note as the
first note in an upward sweep of the pick that drops
you back down three strings. When you finally reach the
highest string (bar 2, middle of beat two), descend back
down the scale as shown"