#1
i was wondering if anyone had a good tip about how to play some of the riffs thomas erak plays, the extremley fast pull offs he does, there isnt a really good lesson on this site..

e:7p0-------10p0-7p0------14p0-10p0------------------------------------------------------------|
b:---8p0----------------8p0-----------------12-10h12p10p0-8p0-7h8p7p0--------------------|
g;------7p0---------------------------------------------------------------------------------9p0-7p0-|
d:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
a:-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
heres a good example
any help would be appreciated
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#3
Use your picking palm to cover the strings your not needed to play in order to reduce unwanted noise.
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#4
play it really slow and speed up over time
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#5
what's the rhythm on that one, shouldn't be toooo difficult if you work from a slow pace.
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#6
Practice, practice, practice. AO,SO isn't really hard, you just need to slow it down a bit and gradually speed up. When you start to get sloppy slow it back down to where you get it clean again and speed back up.