Great stuff Lian. I personally think that a cool arrangement of an exercise makes it so much more enjoyable.
Cool lesson & arrangement Lian!
this is perfect for me to start on sweeps, will check it out .
This looks fairly easy, very important to me because I suck at sweeping, ith will be a nice exercise for me
Hey Lian, I guess this is good for every guitarist! Thanks man
Nice arrangement on a very useful excersice.
very productive lesson lian, it´s perfect to start paying this kind of things!
Great exercise lesson Lian! Reminds me a little of Super Mario theme heheh This is surly a fun way to practice sweeps!
So this are the two basic major and minor triad chord sweeps - if I am right.
Now I just need to learn what major/minor chords are in a major/minor scale, and then I will be able to use those two shapes?
I think I will like this lesson...but why did you decide to do it tuned down 1/2 step?
Sounds cool and very useful! Great lesson Lian!
It's great to have a technique laid down on a piece of music like,
I know this is going to help a lot of people interested in improving or learning their sweeps
Great lesson lian! Looking forward to this one
Awesome lesson for beginners! And wery clean
great lesson Lian. Many who want to learn sweeping will love this one
This is an excellent sweeping exercise to add to my study of arpeggios. Thanks, Lian!
thanks to everybody
I prefer minor... Cool lesson Lian
Cool ! Maybe I'll get the technique of sweep picking with your lesson cause I'm stuck with it :|
I prefer Minor arpeggios they look much more agressive and dark
Very useful stuff, Lian!
Grrr after hours of training with this lesson I can't get it precise and clear
How meter is your pick ? Because my thumb touches all the time the strings when I sweep down.
I'm using these since 2002! I use the white one, but I make some modifications on it...
I make it a bit shorter by cutting a little from both sides.
Hi there, and welcome to a new lesson.
This lesson is completely focused on beginners who want to learn this very useful technique called Sweep Picking.
in this lesson we´ll play many arpeggios in every note of a scale, A-B-C-D-E-F-G- but, each chord will be played out of one particular scale. So, at first, we play all major arpeggios for each note, and then, all minor arpeggios for each note.
Pay attention on timing, and learn the lesson in slow tempo. You can increase tempo as you want it, but remember: whatever be the tempo you will be working on this, the goal is to play it well, not only at high speed.
What an arpeggio is: An arpeggio is a group of notes which are played one after the other, either going up or going down. All the notes belong to one chord.
I hope you like this lesson!
Take it step by step and have fun!
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Tempo: 170 Bpm.
Guitar Tune: Down 1/2 step
Eb|1st|---High string-----| Bb|2nd|-------------------| Gb|3rd|-------------------| Db|4th|-------------------| Ab|5th|-------------------| Eb|6th|---Low string -----|
I’ve used the POD xt to rec this lesson. You’ll find my presets on my board ;)
If you have any problems let me know.
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