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Introductory 12 but still qualifies for its place in the 12 folder. Gets bursty towards the end when the electric guitar comes in. Patterns are very fun to play and pass casually but its bursty charting makes it challenging to score on.
(Scratching, Chord Scales, Trills, Difficult End)
Fair stream density needing good chord hits & comfort moving to scratch throughout them. Chart is also littered w/small 24th chord scales that last until near the end w/some recovery. Watch for these, the 4-note CN hold, & scratches when going for the HC.
(Scratching, Jacks, Chord Scales, Trills, Chords)
A lot of scale stuff where sometimes the scales are chord scales, but overall the way everything is broken up and not constant gives you a lot more room than you would think. If you can do other 12s, you can get the hang of this after a few runs.
(Scratching, Jacks, Charge Notes, Scales, Chord Scales, Chords)
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Dense chart especially when breaking into the 12s. Keep your health up through the tough part in the middle, don't rely on the gain in the end because there are some tricky chords and scratches in there.
(Scratching, Jacks, Scales, Chord Scales, Chords)
(Scratching, Chord Scales)