#1
What did you do to increase your guitar speed, an obvious answer is practicing, but what did you do in that practice time??
#2
Turned the metronome on. Alternate pick chromatic runs and practice legato technique.
by the time you read this you will be wasting your time because it doesnt say anything
#3
Just find a backing track on youtube and know what key it is in. Search A minor backing track or something and just practice along to the tempo of it. Use pentatonics and the natural minor scale. Just play some scale runs or whatever. This can act as your metronome and also serve to help you develop your ear as you will hear what notes start to sound good over whatever chord. Or you can use any drum loop without chords if you find the chords distracting you.
#5
Why make two threads asking essentially the same thing?
Id say its spam, sorry
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#6
good way is looping parts and increasing speed a little each time,great on guitar pro and very effective
#7
why in the world is there so many post about this... use the search... and for starters... stop worrying about speed so much, it will come in time.
#8
search rock discipline on youtube. You can learn those exercises or make up your own and just use that advice to gain speed.

its best to aim or accuracy and efficiency.

I like to practice appeggios alt picking/string skipping. to improve switching strings while playing
#9
my guitar is barrely going 195 mph...

wat to do?
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#10
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What did you do to increase your guitar speed, an obvious answer is practicing, but what did you do in that practice time??


Practice music. Slow at first, then ultimately faster.

if it's not music, then it doesn't really matter how fast you play it.
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Last edited by GuitarMunky at Jun 25, 2011,