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Randy Rhoads Style: Triplets Pattern

 

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With this lick, we'll be playing triplets using major and minor triads in the key of G. You'll start on the high F# on the 1st string, 14th fret, and play a descending minor triad: F#, D, and B. The move up a half step to G on the 15th fret, and play the descending major triad from there: G, E, and C. Move back to the F# and repeat that minor triad pattern, then down a whole step to E and play the descending minor triad: E, C, and A.

These downward triad patterns are played in triplet rhythms. Take it slow, then build your speed!
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