Ah man your technique is so good, I will be looking at this during the week, thanks
I just love sweeping Great lesson!
awesome playing man love it.
You are a sweeping monster!
wow, this is a whole new level santiago, amazing!!
Amazing lesson Santiago, "Serrana" style rules!
Great lesson! Can you please do a lesson in the Style of Jeff Loomis of Nevermore? He is heavily inspired by Jason Becker!
Thank you all guys!! Really glad you liked it. I see what I can do Zakk, I love Loomis heavy style.
I love the way you double the speed during the half of the lesson, very Becker-ish. Amazing lesson!
Wow Santiago... that's some crazy sweeping. Don't know how to reach that level hehe =) Thanks for lesson i'll try to work on it for sure
very well done sweeping figures
Thanks guys! If you anything to ask, just shoot it, I'm here to help you
Impressive sweeping technique
That's something I could definitely practice a bit, very good patterns
Impressive technical mastery Santiago !
Thank you so much guys!! I really apreciate it
I hope I could play this a day, because I really enjoy it ! Thanks !
Your sweeps are amazing, Santiago! True Jason!
Thank you so much Piotr!! But I'm not even in the feets of Jason works. Hahaha
Man, this must be the most clean sweep picking technique i've ever heard. Great lesson!
This is the third and last lesson of the sweep picking series in the style of Jason Becker. In this lesson, we’ll combine 16th notes with sixtuplets, working, in the first part, on D Lydian to modulate then to B harmonic minor. As I always say, pay special attention, when working this kind of techiniques, to your playing because it is really important that every note sounds clear and clean. These techniques are kinda tricky. You should also pay attention when mutting the strings that has been already played, to develop a nice and good sound in every run you use sweep technique.
B harmonic minor: