#1
When it comes to playing power chords and things of that sort i dont realy have a problem. But i want to play some lead guitar, soloing, more fun stuff. When i watch other people play it seems like they move there fingers so easilly. So here are some of the problems im having.... When i play the notes all of my fingers want to move together rather than idividualy, my notes sound sloppy, im really slow. i practice alot and realy enjoy it but it doesnt seem to be getting as much better as it should. Help!
#3
don't be so hard on urself, practice, practice, practice, and yeah lessons couldn't hurt either
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#4
pick a song with a good, melodic solo, not too hard but not too easy, and practice it like mad. It helps if you listen to the song as you play it.
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#5
Work slowly. Figure out which finger positions are the most comfortable. You'll get used to it. If you rush into it, your playing will be sloppy
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