#1
So, I've been sitting practicing exercises over and over consistantly and now I'm ready to try a song. I've been working on getting sweeps a bit more fluid, since I'm just beginning and also working on speed and accuracy (nothing too fast, just a little moderate) I was wondering what songs could I play that would help me practice these things as well.
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#2
Avenged Sevenfold
nah joking thats like MAJOR fastness
erm why not try something like Flyleaf
or Blink
coz then you dont need a rythym guitar you can practice youtself
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#3
:| Maybe you missed the whole "Sweeping technique" part of the post :| Anyways, I've been playing for 4 years I know all blink stuff, I'm looking for something more metal, and don't say metallica, cause I've already tried all their stuff.
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#5
older trivium, or some atr stuff. Trivium solos are mostly quick melodies so it's not that hard.
#8
look at paul gilberts intense rock , yes they are exercises but i found that it reeli helps the way he breaks down the sweeps
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#9
Megadeth, learning Tornado of Souls or Hangar 18 would build up your chops, and are actual songs. Testament - Disciples of the Watch or Over The Wall.
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