This exercise goes very well with what I am currently focusing on - all my picking limitations. I will be checking this lesson out for sure - thanks Muris!
A most excellent lesson.. as usual
I love the synth-sound that comes in at the G# minor
Wow! Great workout Muris!!
Really fantastic! This will settle into my routine rather nicely
This really is a workout! Thanks Muris.
What a great sounding exercise
For great picking!
Thanks guys,pick it.
A fresh workout Muris.
Great sounding lesson that will get both hands very busy
Very useful alternate exercise Muris! Good job!
good lesson and a workout man!
Sounds great! I really enjoyed the second guitar work (harmonizations). But it sounds like with an effect, doen't it? Sounds like a synth...
Great workout Muris!
This sounds really really good Muris
Nice 1 !
Gabriel,yeah,that is synth,I wanted to do it with guitar tho
but it would be impossible to have it in all backing track,
stretching would be too heavy I guess.
just what I was working on...Thanks!!
Very cool lesson Muris.
This is just awesome Muris great workout and it sounds really great... Gonna add this to my daily routine
great lesson Muris !!!!!! excelent stuff
Glad you like it guys,thanks a lot!
that a hell of a workout loved it!!
your lessons really improving my technique
thanks Muris I'll better start working on that one
great! i love it when exercises sound good too.
Awesome and Beautifull lesson, Muris!!
fast and very clean.....ali kontra sa leve...to ne mere:)
great lesson Muris!!!
great lesson Muris!!!
Amazing lesson, i love the synth harmony, adds a great flavor to it!
Nice, I need this.
Nice, I need this.
Thanks for this lesson Muris. Exactly what I need at the moment since I'm building up my alternate speed accuracy and right hand motion and speed. =)
Ahh this is great! Ive been working on AP lately
nice workout lesson Muris ,,
Muris, I feel that isolated technique practice lessons are equally important as mixed technique lessons. You created an excellent workout that sounds great! Thank you for such a nice sounding composition.
Wow Muris how do you just keep doing just one great thing after another day after day....fantastic
Many thanks guys!
I truly hope that this one is gonna help you to improve your picking,
let me know if you need any help.
Thanks, from this AP junkie -)
Thanks man! This is great will help me get the Extreme Neo-Classical 16th trips faster. Finished the leason (Extreme Neo) and can play at 90bpm, but the 16th trips get me (think it is the alternate picking at that speed). I will get better.
You're welcome guys,glad it help!!
your playing is always spot on... Love this lesson!
Nice muris, and great timing as well.. i was just practising this exact thing, and now i can do it with this lesson.. Cheers
Very nice exercise! I love the backing track Muris.
It reminds me of some of the cartoons I used to watch in France. Japanese cartoons.
the color of your shirt matches great with your guitar, great lesson muris thanks
Great exercise good stuff Muris
I thought I was doing pretty good with AP'n, then I see this and realize, no, I was wrong. Thanks for showing all of us the way it's done.
Man this is so much fun/rewarding to practice, thanks again.
You're most welcome,I'm so glad you've found it useful!
lets give it a try.. we'll see how fast i can go
Muris well done! this is sum sweet stuff! you always have the koolest exercises!
Thanks for this workout exercise Muris, i'm workin on it every day to develop more pickin speed.. it's a great exercise for my level!!
Glad you like it guys,hope it helps tho.
This is a really interesting lesson to learn!Thanks Muris.BTW,I watched this video as a free sample and then i decided to pay for the membership.
That's awesome,glad you joined,have fun here!
Great lesson! Wow, it's so difficult NOT to SWEEP to adjacent strings (from the third note of the triad back to the first)! It seems to go against my nature to do so!
correction = triplet...but you knew what i meant! Great lesson, and I will continue to practice to break the habit!
Yeah,it breaks habit a bit BUT it also improves your picking,
just go for it and let me know if you need any help at all.
Oh man this is soo hard once you gotten used to 2 string sweep!! gonna practice this alot, nice lesson Muris
Im new muris, I decided to check out this site because of kris's lessons on ultimate guitar. While browsing around a stumbled upon this lesson and joined with out a second thought, Awsome lesson man!
Glad you joined,welcome the site!
WOW, how did you manage to let your synth. play the harmonization. Is'nt it hardwork?
Anyway great lesson !!
No,it's not hard work at all,it's just mouse work.
awesome lesson muris. great both hands workout!
Thanks Chris,glad you like it.
lol, eating my guitar
your alternative workout lesson is the reason why i joined here!
keep up making this awesome lessons!!!
That's an honor,
welcome and have fun playing!
Great:O Wow.. my wrist hurts now.. Maybe a silly question: If I use the metronome.. what beat should I use ? just tick tick tick tick tick etc.. or tack tick tick tack tick tick tack tick tick, like an accent?
Take some rest if it hurt and try it in a while,
last thing you wanna do is to injure yourself!!!
As for beats,easier way is to have 8ths(even 16ths) clicking cause you'll have less
silence between the notes and it's easier to follow tempo.
Try it like that till you get comfortable with the speed you're aiming at
and then set 4ths as licks,will be more difficult cause you'll
take a small role as a metronome but it will improve your tempo A LOT.
Thanks for a good lesson
It is really good alternate picking
exercise. Im not fast enough yet but
lets practice practice....
I have problems to
calculate baeat on my mind.
How should i calc?
Well mostly it's 16th notes all the time,
which is 4 notes per beat.
And at the end we have some 16th trilpets as well,
that is 6 notes per beat.
..Awesome, very cool sounding, and really helpful lesson for sure!
Thanks,I'm glad you've found it useful.
loving this one!!
Amazing lesson, Muris. I can't even play it close to speed yet, but God willing, I WILL!! Excellent way to work the right hand. Thanks a lot, your my fave teacher on here because of lessons like this one.
Glad you like the lesson,
Welcome to GMC and practice hard!
Very cool lesson Muris - provides proper alternate warm up technique
This is an exellent picking excerice Muris but also very good for timing: You cannot sing here one two three four because the first note of the four 16th notes is not always the highest or lowest pitch so you just have to concentrate on the beat and not on the melody...this is excellent training...So I think you should never sing notes 1234 just stay on the same pitch or exercises like this will be very difficult for you if you get used to it...
Glad you like it!
very well thought to work on alternate picking
Reminds a bit of Jason Becker, excellent
This is truly a great picking exercise Muris!
For me it seems like the method I use on my right hand isn't really working when I try to play higher than 110 bpm. Is there a specific technique you use in order to get the right hand to follow up while playing 120 and higher?