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 Post subject: Original RR , by wolf marshall
PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2015 5:53 am 
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Ive recently had a look a wolf marshall book and theres a few things that look too impractical to be right.

towards end of 1st solo theres the repetitive run at 10th fret E and B strings , that looks haywire .
I dont have the book to repeat the tab , but it definitely crosses strings about 3 times !

*the way I do it is comfortable for me**
e : 13-10
b :-------13-10-10 :

when I first listened to the album back when , I thought it was ...
e : 13-10-8 10-8
b :----------------10 : which is more of a W.A.S.P type thing or steve stevens

and the 2nd solo arpegio run
e : 17-13 -------18-13 ---------5-12 -------17-13
b :-------15: ----------15 : ----------13 : ---------13:

Ive always done 2 hand with RH freting and LH pull/hammer
e : 17-13-10: ---- 18-13-10: ---- 15-12-8: ---- 17-13-8:

that way the LH is already at the 15th fret for the next lick.
the reason I mention that run is because its open to using that tech and Im sure RR mustve toyed with it altho I havent seen alot of RR footage to say Ive seen it.
Its also lazy which is why I do it and as far as timing goes , its just tap and go...

I like the way zak plays his versions of RR solos which have the back bone of the solo but are still different.
zak always stressed importance of practice with a metronome which he still uses

I dont have the book but there were other parts too

just thought Id have a gripe :lol:

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