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Neo Classical Sequence - Metal Guitar Techniques

Posted by The Wizard Of Shred on Friday, December 9, 2011, In : Neo Classical Guitar 
Neo Classical Sequence



 This is a little piece I made based on Paul Gilberts arpeggio string skipping technique. I've added the fourth and the ninth on every arpeggio. But even though each arpeggio has a total of six notes in them (A note more than than the pentatonic scale) they still sound like arpeggios. Add this neo classical arpeggio sequence to your vocabulary by practicing only one arpeggio until you master it. Then move on to the next and practice that. There are only 3 shapes that you...
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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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