Does anyone have any Up the Neck 2nd Inversion TAB covering roll pattern back-up exercises and fill licks.
Lately I have been focusing on UTN Back-up and Fill Licks at the 1st Inversion and would like to expand my knowledge of the fretboard by practicing some licks up around the 15th - 22nd Fret area.
Scruggs always seemed to find an opportunity to effortlessly chuck in a fancy fill lick high up on the neck which blended well with the lower tones. I now feel I have reached a point in my learning curve to start exploring that high region of the neck.
Suggestions of any tunes already in the TAB archive which cover that region of the neck would be welcomed.
OK - so here are the roll patterns that are standard stuff, and the chart of inversions. Let me suggest two great books to consider. Jack Hatfield's Backup Book and Janet Davis' Splitting The Licks. Both excellent on teaching much of what you want. CD's come with each book too which I really like. Knowing what it SHOULD sound like is always a good thing. Good luck.
I have all three books.. At the time I posted the TAB request my thought's were were on TablEdit. I like to work from a mixture of resources. If I have a spare 15 minutes I like the ease of working with TablEdit because I can quickly pull it up on the screen and get to work straight away. I just thought someome might be sitting on a really good set of exercises.
Learning to play foggy mountain special, lonesome road blues and others way up there, theres lots in the scruggs book, and also they are in the tabledit archives as well, i learned allot from those, just getting the sounds in my head so i can play around with them while playing backup.