#1
I'm not really a solo guy, and i suck at high speeds(i can do decent riffing at 120, but when it comes to solos im a tard)
I've learned the solos to two pantera songs, but i can't play them as fast as i like, is there a good trick to increase speeds on these kinds of solos?
I've thought of parting them in sections, and work on the tempo of one section and etc. is this a good way?
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#2
practice
the whole thing...not just a bit...i only break it up into sections when i learn the solo
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#3
start of slow and slowly increasy the speed
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#4
If its really fast I learn the notes first then go back and learn the timeing.

Sometimes I break it into each bar or section and get the last section good b4 going onto the next bit.

MVL.
#5
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If its really fast I learn the notes first then go back and learn the timeing.

Sometimes I break it into each bar or section and get the last section good b4 going onto the next bit.

MVL.


yeap

also with really fast solos you hafta slow them down so you can hum the tune.. when you know how it goes its easier to play
#6
Listen to the solo many times so that you remember every section of it.
Learn the whole solo, but slowed-down.
Once you can play it accurately at that speed, try to play it faster, working on the hard parts
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