#1
Anyone have any nice practice lessons that combine many different techniques into a few different lessons? Like hammering, downpicking, scales, ect.?

Please provide links or if it's your own personal thing, tabs.

I checked out that practice with limited time crap on the main page before and all it told me was to practice things that transfer. Big help (sarcasm).
#5
Quote by SeeEmilyPlay
Did you check out the lessons tab on Ultimate-Guitar. There's some good stuff there if you search around. You Tube also- great visuals- you can find almost anything you're looking for on the net.


I did check but all the ones that i have found really weren't what i was looking for. It was pretty much just finger speed drills on a scale only.
#7
Quote by dcvlehr
?????????

I believe it means Do It Yourself. :P
UG and Youtube both have great lessons, just add in what you're trying to, like at the end of a scale, pull out a pinch harmonic with bends. Its fun.
will someone carry me across ten thousand miles under the silence
#8
Quote by Baby Joel
I believe it means Do It Yourself. :P
UG and Youtube both have great lessons, just add in what you're trying to, like at the end of a scale, pull out a pinch harmonic with bends. Its fun.


Ah, so he's one of those morons who likes to take the time to post something useless instead of something useful.

I have been doing things like that but i work a lot and when i get home i don't get a lot of time to practice. Before anyone says get a new job, i can't, im in the military.

I need something that combines as many techniques as possible in a simple practice lesson. I know others have talked about this before and i know there have got to be people who have done it. I just don't have a whole lot of time to search the internet AND practice at the same time.