#1
The Master of Puppets solo is easy for me. The background guitar is giving me fits....
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#2
No, you're just better at different approaches to the instrument. Practice more.
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#3
Yeah, that's fairly unusual.
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#4
I"m currently having the same issue. Different strokes for different folks..just keep practicing everyones naturally better at certain things then others.
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#5
OH NOES U SHOULD SEE A GUITAR DOCTOR!!!!!

jk it just means ur a better lead guitarist
Eh.
#6
metronome. Learn it stroke by stroke, start slow and build it up.
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#7
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metronome. Learn it stroke by stroke, start slow and build it up.
+1
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#8
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The Master of Puppets solo is easy for me. The background guitar is giving me fits....


Please post some sound samples of you playing it.