#1
I'm looking for something to follow and do for a while, that is a guitar video. I was thinking of watching petrucci's rock discipline, but ive only been playing for a year, so I think its too advanced for me. Anything more digestable for an intermediate player, but in the same vein of that petrucci's vid?
#2
I'd try petrucci's video nonetheless. It's really extensive and contains lots of great tips and exercises, which you can always play at your own tempo. I think it's the best instructional video I've seen so far.
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#3
Try Marty Friedman's Melodic Control

Edit:- Yea I'd reccomend the Petrucci video also.....Download the rock discipline tab and just practise those exercises....
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#4
hmm, I'll check them out.
I want to focus mostly on the basics, like chords, slightly harder chords though, and scales. arpeggios.
So I'm not biting off more than I can chew if i go with petrucci's vid? Ive seen some of the exercises he does and they seem insane and way beyond me.
#5
As I said, you can do all the exercises, even if mr. petrucci blazes through them at 9 million bpm, just chose your own tempo and work your way up!
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