#1
Hey guys. I've got a short question.

Should I, for improving my technique, basically target songs that are (a bit) above my level (along with perfecting everything I know now)?
So, if I was to improve on arpeggios, I'd learn some Jeff Loomis stuff, general shred Yngwie etc?

Thanks!
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#2
I think that's excactly what to do. Because if you play songs that are excactly your level, you will never get to the higher level. But if you always practise a bit above your level, you'll be constantly getting better.
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#3
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I think that's excactly what to do. Because if you play songs that are excactly your level, you will never get to the higher level. But if you always practise a bit above your level, you'll be constantly getting better.

Thanks for the reply, I guess I'll do exactly that.
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