#2
well prepare to drop ur tuneing or play it different
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#3
but it is a sick riff
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#4
I checked tabs and its not dropped.

Think I'll have to have a go at learning this
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#5
Ya... he plays with that 7 string huh.. bah. But ya I found a tab on here that converted it to 6 string for the intro. I haven't tried to play it yet but it looks about right. I can't really play fast enough to make it sound right though. =(

Anyone know what kind of excersizes i can practice to improve my picking accuracy and speed? I just really can't pick fast enough to play metal =( It's annoying because that's what i like.

I find it's mostly a problem with successive notes like in that song like that one where he plays the 4 low notes in between during that riff. I just can't pick the same string up and down fast enough... it jsut feels like the string gets in the way or the pick gets in the way. I know i've gotten faster over time, but are there any proven techniques that will help increase picking ability?
#6
that is beyond intense... i'd try learning it, but the beginning of Sun of Nothing is hard enough for me right now...
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