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Any idea on where I can get started learning to hybrid pick? Just youtube hybrid picking licks?
However, I don't see why metal-heads use the technique unless you have perfected it to the point where you don't bleed one note into another note through a high gain sound (perfect muting). I wonder if some so-called "hybrid picking" licks can also be played with simply tapping or string skipping.
I get the feeling we're straying off the topic here.
i'm going to guess with your level of cognitive ability...never.
Basically I say no "politically correct B.S" because I don't want to come here and say "it depends on everyone" that is the entire reason i made this thread. If you are against free speech, you are against civilization and progress. Go live in a deseet somewhere in Iran.
How long does it take nost people to get down or gain enough strength in their hands to play the tempo and downbeat picking in Master of Puppets? No i don't think the song is really that hard, but my hand cramps up and gets too sore and tired when trying to play it. Someone said they learned it in 4 hours, is this really true, along with BPM? Anyway, it is not really for competing purposes, I mostly just want a vague idea how long it takes most pepople or what to expect to lookat because i want to learn the song quickly. I have found it to be generally the same with Muse's Reapers intro, aince i have never attempted fjnger tapping before, it is taking forever to get the callouses and endurance to finger ap it perfectly.
Millenials: think it's possible to shred like EVH, Petrucci, Gilbert or Malmsteen in 5 months!
It might be important to add that distortion is the most important ingredient to self scrutiny. I know many advocate practising cleanly, but I find that if you have a lot of gain mistakes with string muting will be profoundly noticed. I personally never understood people who claim that distortion helps hide mistakes.
Can I ask - how slow is slow?
I question whether he's picking all the notes, or if he's hammering the second note on each string; is this realistic to play each note or is that going a little crazy?
ok so from what I'm understanding, the notes of scale are defined by 7 notes.
The scale does not need to start on the root note to be identified.
the A minor scale which no note is either flat or sharp is A B C D E F G.
What throws me off is that C Major is C D E G F A B.