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Neo Classical Guitar Lesson - Idea 4

Posted by The Wizard Of Shred on Wednesday, December 7, 2011, In : Classical Ideas 
Neo Classical Guitar Lesson - Idea 4 
  
 
 

Classical Idea 4 Tablature
 

 

"To me a guitar is kind of like a woman. You don't know why you like 'em but you do"


 Waylon Jennings on his Telecaster

 


 


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Shred Lesson - Metal Guitar Techniques

Posted by The Wizard Of Shred on Thursday, December 1, 2011, In : Classical Ideas 
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Classical ideas



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This is a great alternate picking exercise. Performing the frequent string shifts can be a challenge but if you persist and refuse to give up, you will get them down. Remember to practice slow and with precision. Keep working at a pace where it feels effortless and easy - and speed will follow naturally.


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Neo Classical Sweep Lesson - Metal Guitar Techniques

Posted by The Wizard Of Shred on Thursday, November 24, 2011, In : Classical Ideas 
Neo Classical Sweep Lesson - Metal Guitar Techniques


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In this example I use only two basic arpeggios: The tonic and the dominant chord in the key of A-minor. I alternate between the G# Diminished arpeggio and the A-minor arpeggio in different inversions across the neck. Practice slow and with precision. Keep working at a pace where it feels effortless and easy - and speed will follow naturally.


Neo Classical Sweep Lesson







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Classical Sequencing Lesson

Posted by The Wizard Of Shred on Thursday, November 17, 2011, In : Classical Ideas 
Classical Sequencing Lesson


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This piece is pretty straight forward. It's a combination of two well known sequences used in a lot of classical music. Notice that I use sweep picking to play the diminished arpeggios in the end. Practice slow and with precision. Keep working at a pace where it feels effortless and easy - and speed will follow naturally.


Classical Sequencing Lesson


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