#1
ok so for over almost a week ive been practicing this riff it goes liked this


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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7---/10----
----------------9p7-----------------9p7-----------------------9p7-10-----10-9-7----------------
--------10p8----------------10p8---------------------10p8------------8--------------------------
-8p7-------------------8p7-----------------10p8p7------------------------------------------------

its in drop c and it goes to part of the solo in blow by atreyu. i need tips on how i can get this please help its very frustrating.
#2
2nd finger on 8, 1st on 7, 4th on 10, 3rd on 9.
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#5
the thing i cant get down is the speed, i can play it slow but i cant get it exactly to the speed of the song.
#6
I hate these stupid threads. All you have to do is practice. If that doesen't work then your skill isn't high enough. Practice more.

Sorry TS but yeah...
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#7
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I hate these stupid threads. All you have to do is practice. If that doesen't work then your skill isn't high enough. Practice more.

Sorry TS but yeah...



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#8
Then you either just need to keep practicing the riff, or you need to improve your technique in general - move less, play more efficiently, mute better, etc, until playing it at that speed is easy.