Building a Frankenstein Exercise

This is a handout of what went into the “Frankenstein Exercise” and again this is still something I am actively working on and improving. I tried to keep everything in the Key of C to have as few accidentals as possible, but once you get this under your fingers I implore you to move on to other keys. I also use the open strings sparingly to aide in creating transferable vocabulary.

I just noticed I did not mark the “Changes” exercises (pg. 11) the first is linear the second arpeggiated and the third is broken Interval!

Published by Dante Celestinus

Butcher, Unpaid Author, Musician, Luthier

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