#1
I can sweep 3 string, 4 string, most 5 string and few 6 string arpeggios.

I'm looking for some songs that I can use to practice them, do you know of any? prefferable in GP
#3
kissing the shadows by children of bodom not quite for beginners but you can work up to it if you really want it
#4
Look into Nevermore, Specifically the intro of the "Psalm of Lydia" and the Middle solos from "This Godless Endeavor" and "The Final Product"

Also Scarified - Racer X after the intro has an awesome sweep lick. Although I think it has economy picking thrown in there too, Paul Gilbert is a fast mother.
Last edited by bassdrum at Sep 18, 2008,
#6
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Or Tears of a Mandrake by Edguy... the solo contains a little of sweep. That's why I can't play it
#7
the WHOLE entire sweeping ending of selkies: the endless obsession by between the buried and me.
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#9
Duncan Hills coffee jingle, the sweep section in Conquer All by Behemoth, towards dead end by Children of Bodom, Selkies: the endless obsession and Alaska, both by Between the Buried and Me, A7x - Almost Easy. I learned some of the sweeping parts from those songs, and they helped a lot.
#10
The sweeps from this godless endeavour are perfect for beginners.

theyre only sixtuplets at 155 bpm
#11
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The sweeps from this godless endeavour are perfect for beginners.

theyre only sixtuplets at 155 bpm

What a coincidence...
Because thats the same speed you should Shut the hell up and be usefull at.

I know this is an odd suggestion but for 5 stringed appregios No Pity For A Coward by Suicide Silence has nice sweeping at the end of the song.
Look up the tab on here and theres aa guy who tabbed it out on 6 strings too so anyone can try it out.
#12
Quote by Niicckkk
The sweeps from this godless endeavour are perfect for beginners.

theyre only sixtuplets at 155 bpm


08er with a response like this....troll?

personally i like to play arpeggios on 2 strings

E--19-15-----15---
B----------17-------

playing the 19s on the click
the 3 string, 4 string, 5 string and 6 string - then record how many bpm you can get up to on each

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#13
The ending of Selkies the Endless Obsession by BTBAM. It's the first sweeping I learned and it's very comfortable to play.
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