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1 Apr 2013
Hey guys, I have a notoriously tough time really applying myself to focused practice on individual skills but I have made the conscious decision to bear down and improve my alternate picking speed. As I try and bump up my lesson difficulty I noticed that I have hit a speed wall and while I may be able to play the majority of the lesson, I can't complete many anymore due to small sections with speed bursts.
I realize that working on patterns with a metronome is a way to go about it but I was wondering if anybody had any methods that were a little more engaging and I guess, more fun to play. I know there are a lot of speed demons on here and I was just curious what worked for you guys to get yourself through that wall. Thanks in advance!
14 Dec 2012
Hey Ben, and fellow Bushido'ers!
I really hate this but I will be down and out for a bit. I was running Guitar Rig on an old iMac and the computer just literally died the other day. I can't get the OS to load so I can't even get it to start up anymore. It is about 8 years old but damn, I've never had one single issue with it. This pisses me off because I was actually making some real personal progress and then boom...
I'll use the time to do some metronome work ( ) until I get back up and running. I know you guys don't need a life report from me but I saw Zoom is our new Donut King (congrats!) so I will be working on that and I remembered I still owe Degroot his task as well, just might be a little while before I can actually post videos or audio.
And of course there's a Schwarzenegger collab while I'm down. I don't remember the deadline but I'm hoping to slip back in in time for this.
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