So I'm gonna talk to you guys today about uh doing some runs on the guitar .
Um really simply , um really what you wanna do is get more familiar with the notes on the neck and um , obviously the guitar has a lot of patterns and whatnot .
Um First of all , a pattern of finding the same notes .
Like if you got a G here A , here A B here you use that down to over two pattern and by that , I mean , down two strings ahead , two frets and you find the same note , it's gag A or a that , that easy to find the same note .
Um So I'm gonna try and give you a quick idea on how to make a quick run up the neck .
Um without having to really know too many scales .
So I'm gonna start on the A , I'm gonna use notes .
I use a little basically like four notes here .
So those four knots on the A , I'm sorry , I'm sorry .
From the A A to BD .
So I got a rift going like this .
Not too hard , obviously , but how can I expand on that ?
And make a , make a run up the neck or use those octave patterns because like if I got a , a here , I gotta go down two strings .
I had two frets .
I don't play the same pattern .
Now , from here , this is that a that I found , I'm gonna go down two strings ahead , three frets this time for the same notes .
So now I'm gonna take this riff of this other A OK ?
And then end on a high A .
So now the run turns into using those octave patterns .
Get the really quick , easy way to make some runs .
Obviously , it doesn't have to be just these , you can do other stuff too .
Who is in the , the minor pentatonic scale ?
So obviously a lot of you intermediate players or advanced players recognize that scale shape .
There's the a minor peta scale , very popular scale .
Um But you're just using those , those first couple of notes from the scale using the active patterns .
He turned into a run .
Quick , easy way to make a guitar run .
That's my first tutorial .
I hope you guys enjoyed it .
Um Let me know , talk to you soon .