#1
I tried to speed up a little by using a faster metal backing track and trying to add more vibarto.
I personally think it's a little bad... but I'm still learning and trying.
If you've got any advices, spit them out ! I'm thankful for all I can get to improve my playing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQPXBsJcVQg
#2
Well I'll have to agree that it is kind of bad haha, but you're obviously new to improvising. You did seem to atleast understand what you were doing and that's the way to start. You didn't seem to worry about playing too fast or anything. So for where you are with you're learning it wasn't bad at all. Keep it up!
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#3
Sounds Gewd, try to do some hammer-ons and pull offs. Little things like that will make a big difference. Also try and learn the other "cages" of that scale so your fingers are not too confined in that little space.

#4
Do you know your major scale? If not I'd suggest learning the major scale and the 7 modes. Then, since a lot of metal is played in minor keys, learn obviously the minor scale and pentatonic scale (try to be able to play in all positions on the fretboard). Since I saw in your profile that you're a Steve Vai fan, learn how to build arpeggios and improvise with them. These scales will be very help you in future improvisation.
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