#1
I searched for some, but got bored and looked at porn instead...... any thing useful I can look at relating to the subject?
Super-serial list of equipment: guitar, amp, some picks, and a cable.

I know i can be an A55hole, however i try to mean well most of the time..
#3
What I do is learn some scales. Then run up and down those notes as cleanly as possible. Try to keep your picking hand synchronized with your fretting fingers. Start slow and speed it up slowly until you can play it fast flawlessly and cleanly.

Theory will teach you what notes to play during what chords. Learn both of these and you will be good.
#4
im very familiar with the minor and major scales....and the pennatonic as well, but I was hoping to broaden my knowledge on shredding, ill definitely check out the friedman vids.
Super-serial list of equipment: guitar, amp, some picks, and a cable.

I know i can be an A55hole, however i try to mean well most of the time..
#5
Quote by DeadDerykk88
im very familiar with the minor and major scales....and the pennatonic as well, but I was hoping to broaden my knowledge on shredding, ill definitely check out the friedman vids.

Familiar as in you know the intervals and can construct them?
#6
Quote by DeadDerykk88
I searched for some, but got bored and looked at porn instead......


your commitent to your craft is astounding. i think you've answered why you're having problems.
#7
You lost me at intervals....i know **** for theory, i should say i know the major and minor scales and can go up and down better then a guitar noob, and make it sound pretty solid. As far as learning theory goes, you don't have some hidden information to share that would jump start me into learning? ....thats also free?
Super-serial list of equipment: guitar, amp, some picks, and a cable.

I know i can be an A55hole, however i try to mean well most of the time..
#8
Quote by DeadDerykk88
You lost me at intervals....i know **** for theory, i should say i know the major and minor scales and can go up and down better then a guitar noob, and make it sound pretty solid. As far as learning theory goes, you don't have some hidden information to share that would jump start me into learning? ....thats also free?

Well, then you know how to play the scales, not the scales themselves. For learning theory, I'd suggest buying The Complete Idiot's Guide to Music Theory. Less than twenty bucks and a fantastic resource.