#1
Hi guys , me again . After my school finished it's awesome time to make some progress. I have downloaded a lot of stuff but didnt look at them in detail , waited for summer . These are the dvds I have . How I find myself now : I think I'm good at downpicking ( I can downpick entire MoP , creeping death , blackened ) My alternate pick rhythm is a little sloppy ( I cant play the darkness riff in one consistently for example )

My leads are not bad . I know very little about music theory . I can play fast solos like MoP , creeping death , blackened , ride the lightning etc.

My primary goal is to become a good shredder , I can fix my rhythm problems by myself I think

MY Question is : in which order should I practice all these materials , which one would be the best for me ? I will also be greatful for your material advises , all greatly appreciated

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What's inside Troy Stetina folder : ****************c25MCx

How I find myself now : I think I'm good at downpicking ( I can downpick entire MoP , creeping death , blackened ) My alternate pick rhythm is a little sloppy ( I cant play the darkness riff in one for example )

My leads are not bad . I know very little about music theory . I can play fast solos like MoP , creeping death , blackened , ride the lightning etc.

My primary goal is to become a good shredder , I can fix my rhythm problems bu myself I think
Last edited by jaymzz31 at Jun 17, 2013,
#2
I've seen "metal rhythm guitar in 6 weeks' and there are some advanced alternate picking riffs, which will improve your alternate picking riffing: troy stetina's mechanics for lead guitar has pretty decsent chops and repetitive alternate picking licks which helped me a lot in speed building; anything by Andy James is pretty helpfull, cause man is shredder with a amazing sense for melody, and you'll find some realy creative ideas. That's what I've been checking out. hope it helps
#3
Thanks for the reply .I love Andy James too .Shred guitar in six weeks and metal rhythm guitar in six weeks seem great but they're actually focusing more on increasing your creativity rather than your speed mechanics-it's helpful for speed but not covering every detail like speed mechanics or rock discipline. I think I will go with speed mechanics for lead guitar because it seems the most comprehensive guide with the most organized system and also Stetina mentions every mechanic in small bits which makes it easy to follow . For me, the only bad thing abouy Speed Mechanics is that it's a book not a video . I love practicing with videos but as long as it helps that's no problem . BTW , I also have John Petrucci's rock discipline .
#5
Learn to use wah wah pedal by Andy James with an beginner,intermediate and advanced track
#6
Here's an idea,why don't you support those guys and pay for the materials they've produced?
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