#1
hi all which would be rewarding in the long run? spending a couple months learning a nevermore sweep or learn many little sweep exercises, in a couple weeks?
#3
how long would it take me to learn the psalm of lydia opening sweeps? a couple months? begginner sweeper...
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#4
whatever you feel like you can reasonably do first. learning one is going to make learning the other easier.
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#6
haven't tried that one, but the solo in I, Voyager is slower.

if you're a beginning sweeper as you say, nevermore might not be the best place to start...can you do standard major/minor 3 and 5 string arpeggios yet?
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#7
Get a bunch of 3-string major minor diminished and augmented all over the board, under your belt first. Than try a 5 stringer, maybe this fall?
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#8
I Would rather learn all the little sweeps, instead of trying to learn ONE sweep riff, which is already in a song, as then you could incorporate all the little sweeps you've learned into everyday playing and in the longer run, advance further as a player.
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