#2
Slow it way down and play it as perfectly as possible. Rinse and repeat until you get very comfortable with the motions, and then steadily increase your speed until you can play the solo at full speed
#4
Quote by zincabopataurio
What problems are you having for that part? Is it the bending? The fingering?



Two issues:

1) See that stupid slide down, slide up bit? Im having trouble going from the 7-9-7 before that to the slides
2) in the second bar, after the first note at 7, is there a pause?
#5
1) Change the 10 on low E to a 5 on A string, and play the slide with your ring finger. And do a finger roll with your ring finger on that part where you play two adjacent notes on the ninth fret. Other than that, index for all the 7's before the slide, ring for the 9's.

2) You mean the ghost note? I'd just let ring for that one.
#6
Quote by Captain Panda
1) Change the 10 on low E to a 5 on A string, and play the slide with your ring finger. And do a finger roll with your ring finger on that part where you play two adjacent notes on the ninth fret. Other than that, index for all the 7's before the slide, ring for the 9's.

2) You mean the ghost note? I'd just let ring for that one.

1) YESSSS 5 on the A would certainly be a winner, thanks

2) Yes I mean the ghost note, I guess I'll just let it ring for a bit