#1
I've been fond of All Shall Perish's lead Guitar player(Francesco Artusato), I was wondering if you guy's know of anything that can help me to be able to play at that level of guitar.

Where should I begin to start if I want to be able to play as good as him, what technique's should I be looking at to improve?
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Last edited by Austin174 at Sep 20, 2012,
#2
Anyone?
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#3
What kind of thing are you able to play now?

A quick look at some of his tutorial videos on YouTube indicates that he doesn't use any technique that's completely out of the ordinary:

Sweeping
Tremolo
Alternate picking
String skipping
Hammer-ons
Pull-offs
Tapping

Have you tried learning any of his solos?
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#4
I can play bit's and piece's of some ASP an PWD song's. I'm just now getting serious in learning song's all the way through.

Recently I been learning The Last Relapse by ASP, an my finger's are still grassping(spelling) the fingering of how the solo goes or is composed.

Do you know some good video's of those technique's that you posted, also what scale's should I be learning that he incorporate's into his music?
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#5
If you wanna play at his level then there's no shortcuts. Only time. You have many years work ahead of you. Simple as that.
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If you wanna play at his level then there's no shortcuts. Only time. You have many years work ahead of you. Simple as that.


Oh I know there is no shortcuts to being as good as him. I'm just asking or wanting to know where to begin this journey.

I seen them live a few day's ago an it has given me the motivation to really work hard to be as good as him. I just need a starting place an then I can take it 1 step at a time.
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Last edited by Austin174 at Sep 22, 2012,
#7
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I can play bit's and piece's of some ASP an PWD song's. I'm just now getting serious in learning song's all the way through.

Recently I been learning The Last Relapse by ASP, an my finger's are still grassping(spelling) the fingering of how the solo goes or is composed.

Do you know some good video's of those technique's that you posted, also what scale's should I be learning that he incorporate's into his music?


Search YouTube and you'll get a ton of videos on all those techniques. Work your way through them. I'm not going to post you specific links because what helps me might not help you.

There's also a ton of exercises on (TheShred201) Exercises\Songs for Technique thread. Again just work your way through them. If you don't have GuitarPro you can use TuxGuitar (like it says on the thread).

If you find you're getting stuck with the YT vids, or the exercises and you're struggling to get help online maybe consider getting a teacher. A decent teacher should be able to pick up on what you're doing wrong or right far more quickly and efficiently than you trying to analyse your own technique.

Scales-wise I'm not sure what he incorporates, and to be honest I'm not sure that would do you much good anyway. You'd be better off finding some tabbed versions of his solos, working your way through them and asking specific questions related to specific bits of solo if you get stuck working out what he's doing.

PS: If you're having trouble with spelling try a dictionary.

PPS: It's spelled "grasping".
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