by Michael Yarbrough

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Hybrid Picking Lesson

Hybrid picking is a versatile technique that opens up a world of possibilities for guitarists. By combining the use of the pick and fingers, hybrid picking enables players to achieve a rich and dynamic sound that can elevate their playing to new heights. One of the key advantages of hybrid picking is its ability to seamlessly blend the power and precision of the pick with the dexterity and expressiveness of the fingers. This combination allows for greater control over individual notes, as well as the ability to play intricate patterns and arpeggios with ease. We had Hybrid Picking Lesson Part 1 with 5 Lessons.

In this post, we present 3 more hybrid picking exercises with accompanying Guitar Pro tabs. These exercises are designed to help you master the technique and incorporate it into your playing style. Renowned guitarists such as Kiko Loureiro, Chris Impellitteri, Andy James, Tommy Emmanuel, Mark Knopfler, Brent Mason, and Steve Morse are known for their adept use of hybrid picking, making them excellent sources of inspiration.

Hybrid Picking Exercise 6

Listen the audio:

Here is the tab:

Download guitar pro file:

Hybrid Picking Exercise 7

Exercise Audio 7:

Here is the tab:

Download Guitar Pro File For Exercise 7:

Hybrid Picking Exercise 8 – Advance

Here is the last exercise.. This is bit harder .. keep trying , practice slow ..

Listen the audio here:

Here is the tab:

Download the guitar pro file for this exercise:

More lessons from this series are coming soon. Follow our Facebook page for regular updates with the latest blog posts.

Also, check out our older post, now updated and expanded: Part 1 of Hybrid Picking Exercises. Stay tuned for more advanced hybrid picking lesson and tips to take your guitar playing to the next level. 

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