#1
Iam searching for a book which contains cool shredguitar chops to practise trough all kind of scales (natural minor, harmonic minor, melodic minor, dimished etc.)
And Iam searching a lick libary book for soloing which contains licks with all techniques.

greets 40BPM
#2
ummmm....i dunno, try Guitar for Dummies, but even then i don';t think that'll help lmao
#3
Quote by djmay71
ummmm....i dunno, try Guitar for Dummies, but even then i don';t think that'll help lmao

guitar for dummies Rulezzzz ... if your a beginner
not for shredding no .
try some 'progressive' books
#6
id say get a friggen subscription to guitar world, the latest issue has yngwie, satch, petrucci,and always has an article from Michael Angelo Batio, or buy speed kills if you really wanna learn! or you can not be lazy and find some shred songs and get some licks from them!
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#7
sorry for stealing ur thread, but if u shred at 40bpm it means ur playing 40 notes a minute?
#8
Quote by Shukie
sorry for stealing ur thread, but if u shred at 40bpm it means ur playing 40 notes a minute?


No - it means in a minutes time there are 40 beats. You know what a beat is right? Practice with a metronome - 40 notes a minute is kinda terrible, listen to some guys like Batio and Lahio, they cram that many notes in like a few measures .
#10
Quote by edusty2010
No - it means in a minutes time there are 40 beats. You know what a beat is right? Practice with a metronome - 40 notes a minute is kinda terrible, listen to some guys like Batio and Lahio, they cram that many notes in like a few measures .


ohh i see, so what really matters is how many notes per second, he didn't specify though.
#12
Quote by gurg06
john petrucci- rock discipline.....changed my life!!! lol

+1 great book man
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