#1
As a beggining- intermediate guitarist, ive always wondered how the hell can anyone get their fingers moving at super-sonic speeds. I know they may be posted somewhere else, but I would love if you guys could post some of the excorcises you used to get up to speed. Thanks in advance!
I broke my G-string while fingering a minor. lol

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#3
Quote by DGen92
There's an ultimate exercise thread on the top of the page :S

I knew this would happen, thanks
I broke my G-string while fingering a minor. lol

Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul standard
Teisco delray
Washburn Lyon AAR signature edition
Line 6 Spider II
Boss Metal zone
Dunlop Crybaby Classic Wah
#4
basically you gotta start slow

get it down, cleanly, then up the speed

seriously, its a pain in the ass but you gotta be able to do it right before you can do it fast
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#5
Quote by DGen92
There's an ultimate exercise thread on the top of the page :S



He is looking for excorcises, not exercises smartass
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#7
Check out Paul Gilbert Intense Rock. This site even has the whole thing tabbed out! So you can watch the video and have tabs. It really helps. The stuff is simple for the most part, but very intricate and helps out a lot for your picking and fretting hands.
#9
John Petrucci - Rock Discipline.

It gives you the basics tool to create your own exercises according to your technique level.
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