#3
play excercises like scales accurately using a metronome and gradually build up your speed, remember its the accuracy with which u practice not the speed which will improve how fast you can play.
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#5
question is too vague -_-. try the advanced techniques forum or a shred tips thread to get a hold of some exercises and other practises for speed. theres a lot of ways to improve.
#6
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lmao. you increase speed, by not thinking about increasing speed. it will come. its just not the be all and end all
#8
you stop worrying about it and concentrate on all the other aspects of your playing - if you can't play accurately and intelligently or you simply don't know what to play then being fast doesn't help you one bit.
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