#1
Hello, this is my first forum post on this site. I have been playing guitar for almost a year now and have taught myself the basics and many techniques. My only problem is soloing. I have been reading tab to learn songs and get frustrated when I come across a tab that has this.
[-----------------11h14p11---------------]
[-----------12----------------12------------]
[-------11------------------------11--------]
[---13--------------------------------13----]
[------------------------------------------14-]
[----------------------------------------------]
Does anyone know if this is a technique and how it can be played? Every time I try and play it how it is presented, I am too slow and it does not sound like it at all.
#2
its an arpeggio, if you look for it on youtube there should be enough material
#3
Ah thank you. I found out what it is. It's called an Arpeggio Sweep. So I'll have a look on how to play one fast since all the notes consist of triplets.
#4
Quote by Caltute
Ah thank you. I found out what it is. It's called an Arpeggio Sweep. So I'll have a look on how to play one fast since all the notes consist of triplets.


Practice, patience and a metronome.
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#5
yeah it's sweep picking
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