#1
First of all, are there any exercises or anything I can do to improve my timing/accuracy? If so, what are they?

Second, Is there any way I can lower the action on my guitar, so I don't have to push quite as hard when I am using tap techniques?

I actually have it lowered as far as it will go, as far as I know, just for the record. I was just wondering if there are any other ways to lower it even more.

Thanks.
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#4
If they're of the string skipping vareity, I recommend using a hair tie around the neck, and build speed first, then take off the hair tie and clean it up if needed. That worked for me.
#5
Alright, well lets see..

First, I have the same shitty guitar that I started out with.. I'm embarassed to even say what kind it is. But I suppose I should... It's a Epi LP Special 2. Please, no comments, believe me, if I had enough money, I'd buy something better and burn the piece of shit to the ground.

Next, What kind of problems could it cause?

FInally, Yes, I will be (Obviously) playing those types of Arpeggios. And I THINK I basically know how to mute the strings properly, but I'm just having trouble doing so. I know you need to use part of your palm to mute the lower strings, and the length of your finger to mute thehigher ones. Right?
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#7
I would do the opposite. Try raising the action for a period of time to build finger strength. Or, get a cheap acoustic with the action nice and high along with 13's to get your fingers nice and strong.
#8
Hmm, that actually makes sense... All right, thank you everyone for all the information.
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