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post May 31 2008, 04:39 AM
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I think the practice routines are a great idea..

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post May 31 2008, 06:35 AM
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It's a great idea !!! sharing our routines will help users ans ourselves to improve them smile.gif


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post May 31 2008, 07:51 AM
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It's a good idea, and I saw Kris already opend one, but he doesn't update it often! lazy! no, kidding he's probably busy smile.gif


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post May 31 2008, 09:05 AM
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Hey guys!

I'm not posting very frequently but here's some insight I've had, obvious things but applying them isn't that obvious tongue.gif

I'll take myself as an example to demonstrate: my alternate picking isn't good. I'm having great trouble descending a major scale for instance (I practice it with 3 notes per string on 2,5 octaves)... But when I practice it most of the time I don't focus on that particular part of my playing. Instead I practice both ascending and descending for the same amount of time, which isn't that efficient.

What I should be doing is focusing on only descending for a week or two, to bring it up to where my ascending skills are currently.

You see the picture...


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Still the routine idea is very good, I agree completely


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post Jun 2 2008, 12:30 PM
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QUOTE (Flanger @ May 31 2008, 12:05 AM) *
Hey guys!

I'm not posting very frequently but here's some insight I've had, obvious things but applying them isn't that obvious tongue.gif

I'll take myself as an example to demonstrate: my alternate picking isn't good. I'm having great trouble descending a major scale for instance (I practice it with 3 notes per string on 2,5 octaves)... But when I practice it most of the time I don't focus on that particular part of my playing. Instead I practice both ascending and descending for the same amount of time, which isn't that efficient.

What I should be doing is focusing on only descending for a week or two, to bring it up to where my ascending skills are currently.

You see the picture...


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Still the routine idea is very good, I agree completely


Yeah, it would help perfectly for your situation smile.gif


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