If anyone needs help for sweep picking, I have constructed a video to help with sweep picking speed and accuracy. The sweeping progression made is based on the style of Rusty Cooley (if you don't know Rusty Cooley or his sweep picking style, look him up). The patterns in the video are 5 string sweeps. I made this because a lot of my friends tend to have problems quickening and cleaning up their sweeping. Keep in mind, this is kind of advanced; so it will take a while to build these patterns up to speed.

Here is the video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXZL9qOGxJM

If there is any questions, I will be happy to answer them
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Are there any tips in here on improving speed and accuracy, or cleaning up your sweeps?

Not to mention you're actually really sloppy even when you're just demonstrating it slow... >.>

I dig the intention but you need to actually teach something and not just show us all a cool lick you came up with (also, how was this lick composed? what progression is it? what key is it in?).