#2
i'm learning Dethklok's Thunderhorse, it has some simple, fast 4 string + note sweeps.

like this is the first.


|---12--8---------------------------8--15--12-----------------------------|
|------------10---------------10------------------13------------------13--|
|-----------------9--------9-----------------------------12-------12------|
|---------------------10---------------------------------------14---------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Last edited by Gallop7080 at Feb 3, 2008,
#3
this is a hard technique. you just have to get a feel for it. when you can sweep pick one song you can sweep all of them.
start out doing it really slow and do it faster.
its a bitch but there is no easy way to practice this.
also, dont let your first three fingers do all the work.
#4
Quote by Reckoner
this is a hard technique. you just have to get a feel for it. when you can sweep pick one song you can sweep all of them.
start out doing it really slow and do it faster.
its a bitch but there is no easy way to practice this.
also, dont let your first three fingers do all the work.


soo true.

i have been learning this for a really long time (about a month) and still haven't gotten it down (a month is a long time for me, i play 3-4 hours a day)


#5
Quote by Gallop7080
soo true.

i have been learning this for a really long time (about a month) and still haven't gotten it down (a month is a long time for me, i play 3-4 hours a day)




The best way for somebody who plays as much as you , or anyone in general maybe, would be simply to start slow with a metronome untill its prefect, then up the speed. Tedious, but it WILL work faster than you think if your serious about it.