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Ok so recently i started taking on a new song to learn "Crazy Train" by ozzy osbourne, i'm sure alot of people have learned this song, but anyway i've learned it and i have the solo down except one thing, i can not play at the speed Randy Rhoads plays it is just impossible for me to get up to that speed so anyway my request is if anyone has any speed excersises or songs that helped increase your finger speed to please let me in on the info cause i'm losing hope of ever playing that fast PLEEEEZE HELP!!!!!
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Steve Vai's ten hour workout. DO it. Start slow and slowly speed up. Make sure to play with a metronome.
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I think that was the one that was in Guitar World about a year ago.....


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Ok so recently i started taking on a new song to learn "Crazy Train" by ozzy osbourne, i'm sure alot of people have learned this song, but anyway i've learned it and i have the solo down except one thing, i can not play at the speed Randy Rhoads plays it is just impossible for me to get up to that speed so anyway my request is if anyone has any speed excersises or songs that helped increase your finger speed to please let me in on the info cause i'm losing hope of ever playing that fast PLEEEEZE HELP!!!!!


You don't need to increase your finger speed at all; the problem is that you're trying to achieve a speed that you don't have the muscle memory or finger independence for, just stick at it from slow to fast with a metronome and you'll get there eventually
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