#1
Does anyone know of any practice guids on the web that really help with getting your speed down for soloing? I'm just looking for a really good lesson. No flamin, im just looking for some help.
#2
i don't know about lessons, but i would suggest doing chromatic scale on 1st fret


|-------------------------------------------------1-2-3-4---4-3-2-1-----------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------1-2-3-4---------------------4-3-2-1---------------------------------|
|-----------------------------1-2-3-4---------------------------------------4-3-2-1-------------------------|
|-------------------1-2-3-4---------------------------------------------------------4-3-2-1-----------------|
|---------1-2-3-4---------------------------------------------------------------------------4-3-2-1---------|
|-1-2-3-4-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-3-2-1-|


practice that untill you can do it very fast, and do variations

some people prolly have better ideas, just what i do
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#4
Quote by cho1
^^ from mick thompson video..

lol Mick Thomson didn't invent this exercise, it's been around for many a year.
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#5
Quote by cho1
^^ from mick thompson video..


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#6
Get the "Metal Lead Guitar" book by Troy Stetina - its great.
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#7
Ive heard that John Petrucci's Rock Discipline is supposed to be very good...and hes fast...
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#8
Troy Stetina is teh pwn. I use his Speed For Lead book, and I'm looking to get the rest of his Lead Guitar series too.