#1
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=uiA5HI_lPuo
Wow...! The crazy part is at the end. This is so my type of music.

So, seeing he's playing around with the scales and such but being a noob i just can't point out exactly which.

Can someone give me a good pointer so in 10 years from now I will be able to play half that good?
Last edited by hminh87 at May 14, 2008,
#2
practice your alt and trem picking and learn your theory non-stop
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#3
Learn theory and practice your speed... Also make sure your bends are in tune, I seriously get angry when I hear a bad bend! Other than that there's not much we can tell you. It's just learning things and applying them until you can do the things like that. Oh, I forgot, practice. Like A LOT.
#4
Quote by hminh87
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=uiA5HI_lPuo
Wow...! The crazy part is at the end. This is so my type of music.

So, seeing he's playing around with the scales and such but being a noob i just can't point out exactly which.

Can someone give me a good pointer so in 10 years from now I will be able to play half that good?


I think (I can't tell what key he's in) he's just using the key's tonic to solo over but in terms of technique he's using 3nps scale shapes and heavy use of alternate picking with occaisonal sweep picking, although not a whole lot.

The best thing to work on from that video would be his vibrato actually; nice and wide, fast and absolutely constant.
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#5
Practice, if you don't know what to practice, take a lesson. It's that simple =)