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Here are the rehearsal tracks. Make sure to practice them thoroughly (until you can't get them wrong)

Track 1 (introduction)
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Track 2 (straight 8 pattern in 3/4 time)
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Track 3 (variation on straight 8 w/ strong downbeat)
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Track 4 (the western waltz pattern)
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Track 5 (straight quarter note pattern in 4/4)
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Track 6 (alternate strumming pattern in 4/4)
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Track 7 (simplified "gallop" pattern)
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Track 8 ("boom chicka" pattern in 4/4)
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Track 9 (the "stride" pattern)
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Track 10 ("stride" pattern variation)
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Track 11 ("gallop" pattern)
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Track 12 ("half trot" pattern)
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Track 13 ("full trot" pattern)
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Track 14 ("full trot" variation)
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Track 15 ("full trot" variation w/ muted sixteenths)
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Track 16 (major scale - one octave)
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Track 17 (major scale - two octaves)
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Track 18 (minor scale - two octaves)
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Track 19 (block pentatonic scale)
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Track 20 (blues pentatonic scale)
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Track 21 (slide pentatonic scale)
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Track 22 (half step bend)
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Track 23 (whole step bend)
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Track 24 (double bend)
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Track 25 (double stop bend)
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Track 26 (syncopated blues "funeral" riff)
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Track 27 (variation on syncopated blues riff)
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Track 28 (variation 2 on syncopated blues riff)
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Track 29 (repeated syncopated blues riff)
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Track 30 (dominant minor scale)
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Track 31 (the "king" lick)
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Track 32 (variation 3 on syncopated blues riff)
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Track 33 (phrygian spanish riff)
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Track 34 (modal accompaniment 1)
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Track 35 (modal accompaniment 2)
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Track 36 (modal accompaniment 3)
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Track 37 (major scale arpeggio)
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Track 38 (pentatonic scale - sextuplet grouping)
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Track 39 (major scale - sextuplet grouping)
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Track 40 (major / minor - sextuplet grouping)
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Track 41 (diminished arpeggio sextuplets)
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