#1
This is just an example of what I mean because I dunno how to explain it. Mind you this is really fast.


|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|
|---------7-6-4-------------------|
|----------------7-5-4-------------|
|-----------------------7-5-4-------|
|------------------------------7-5-3-|

I've been practicing, but I dunno if there's anything specific I don't know about...I play it (fingerwise) pinky-ring-index and the last three pinky-middle-index. Anything I'm doing wrong?
#3
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#6
Is that from Welcome to bucketheadland? I think ive been casually practicing that riff for a aslong as ive been playing, and im still not upto the speed he does it.

When me and my mate play the song, i either just pretend to play it (i laugh everytime) or he just puts a drum fill in instead.
#9
Quote by steeLmonkeyz
Is that from Welcome to bucketheadland? I think ive been casually practicing that riff for a aslong as ive been playing, and im still not upto the speed he does it.


Why yes it is lol.
#10
Wow I made an exact topic on this thing, lol weird. Yeah dude I believe It's pull offs..its incredibly fast
#11
When you use legato its 100 times easier, look at the sticky
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#13
Quote by guitar99099
When you use legato its 100 times easier, look at the sticky


Fail.

If your technique is good then the choice between legato and picking should be one of tone and nothing more.
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