#1
did anyone find this book helpful for developing chops

if not then, any suggestions
#2
I still don't know what chops are. Go ahead facepalm.

Anybody show me an example? Maybe i've been doing em already.
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Cort KX1Q - i smashed it
Fender Super Champ XD 15w
Stagg G-310 - i smashed it.
#3
"Chops" is a term to describe your ability to play proficiently. On guitar, it's your accuracy and coordination in your hands. For brass, it's your embouchure.
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#4
Quote by Kevy Absolution
"Chops" is a term to describe your ability to play proficiently. On guitar, it's your accuracy and coordination in your hands. For brass, it's your embouchure.



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#5
I haven't used the book, but I've seen it before. It's basically a book of exercises to work your fret and picking hands, similar to Speed Mechanics by Troy Stetina. You've probably seen a lot of the exercises elsewhere such as alternate picking exercises - chromatic and scale sequence, sweep picking arpeggios, legato exercises, etc.

If you are looking for a book with a lot of technique exercises, you'll find them in this book. You might also want to check out Speed Mechanics, which I think more people on this site are familiar with.