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post Apr 15 2009, 10:09 AM
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okay so im making this post because i think im loosing sight of my target and start messing around and i thought i should use the best guitar practicing tool i know. this community. and i thought this post might serve other people as well. i am going to post my goals and mid goals on my way to achieving them. and i will edit every time i achieve something. and than you can all say yay and support me mentally and give me a positive feed back or if i dont practice and i know everyone knows my goals and they also know im not achieving them and it will make me want to get them. i have a life time of goals here but im hoping i also have a life time of playing guitar.
in some places i needed you help with finding lessons or final goals(a final goal is the cherry on top of the ice cream its what keeps you going that one day you could play it). any suggestions of something missing in my things to practice or lessons if i dropped out a cool one or any feedback really would be welcomed.
so here we go.


1. alternate picking
2. sweep picking
3. fret board knowledge
4. ear training
5. legato
6. bend/vibrato
7. rhythm master
8. tapping
9. minor pentatonic scale
10. minor scale
11. harmonic minor scale
11. major scale


so doesn't look so evil and long now i guess

1. alternate picking-
final goal-"extreme neo classic" in tempo-Muris Varajic(i realize it has some sweeps but don't worry by the time i get close to playing this i could do the sweeps with my eyes closed)
Muris Varajic Alternate Picking
Turkish march in tempo- Emir Hot
alternate picking 4-Pavel Denisjuk
alternate picking 3-Pavel Denisjuk
alternate picking 2-Pavel Denisjuk
alternate picking 1-Pavel Denisjuk
Alternate Workout-Muris Varajic
(need more lessons from lvl 5-7 if you can suggest but only ones with musical value not drills, i cant stand those)

2. sweep picking
final goal-Sweep Etude- Muris Varajic
Sweep Picking Etude- Pavel Denisjuk
Sweeping Lesson 2 (5-string shapes)- Pavel Denisjuk
Sweep Picking Lesson-Shred Sweep Picking Lesson, by Muris Varajic
Sweeping Lesson 1 (3 string shapes)- Pavel Denisjuk
Repetitive Sweep Picking-Power Metal by Lian Gerbino
Power Metal Concepts Part I-iv sweeping parts-Power Metal by Lian Gerbino

3. fret board knowledge
final goal- complete fret board knowledge note>position position>note
B string 12>14 fret note>position position>note
G string 12>14 fret note>position position>note
D string 12>14 fret note>position position>note
A string 12>14 fret note>position position>note
E string 12>14 fret note>position position>note
B string 0>12 fret note>position position>note
G string 0>12 fret note>position position>note
D string 0>12 fret note>position position>note
A string 0>12 fret note>position position>note
E string 0>12 fret note>position position>note
(i realize the second half of this things would be much easier because i already know the way i goes but still)

4. ear training
final goal- know every interval by ear,knowing every chord by ear, recognize scales by ear, hearing a note and knowing exactly which one it is on the guitar.
using the website of some university given here sometime ago, i think it has enough feedback on its own so no need for every step of the way. i will update my progress though.

5. legato
final goal-Legato Rock Solo Hard Rock Lesson, by Jose Mena
Legato Horizontal Lesson- Pavel Denisjuk
Legato Etude Lesson- Pavel Denisjuk
need help finding more things here this is not enough

6. bend/vibrato
final goal-need help finding
Vibrato Lesson 1 - Left Hand-Rock Ballad Lesson, by Marcus Lavendell
O Holy Night - Adolphe Adam-Traditional Lesson, by Marcus Lavendell
(really need help finding more things here)

7. rhythm master
final goal- non yet need help finding
Heavy Metal For Beginners 4-Heavy Metal by Pavel Denisjuk
Heavy Metal For Beginners 3-Heavy Metal by Pavel Denisjuk
Heavy Metal For Beginners 2-Heavy Metal by Pavel Denisjuk
Heavy Metal For Beginners-Heavy Metal by Pavel Denisjuk
Gallop Workout-Metal Classic Lesson, by Lian Gerbino
Rammstein Style Lesson 2-Metal Modern Lesson, by Lian Gerbino
Rammstein Style Lesson-Metal Modern Lesson, by Lian Gerbino
Slayer Style (Advanced)-Metal Extreme Lesson, by Lian Gerbino
Slayer Style (Beginner)-Metal Extreme Lesson, by Lian Gerbino
Rhythm Guitar for Beginners-Metal Classic Lesson, by Lian Gerbino
Metal For Beginners!-Metal Classic Lesson, by Lian Gerbino
How to Riff Series (Part 2)-Metal Extreme Lesson, by Lian Gerbino
How to Riff Series (Part 1)-Metal Extreme Lesson, by Lian Gerbino

8. tapping (need help with finding things for here, my goal right now i only 5 figer tapping(one finger on right hand) and tapped arpeggios non of the even more complicated stuff)
final goal-?
all i found was krises 4 lessons about tapping which is helpful because i am a real beginner at tapping.
any other suggestions you have will be welcomed.

9. minor pentatonic scale
10. minor scale
11. harmonic minor scale
11. major scale
no need to elaborate on this ones, basically just learn all their shapes ans 3 nps shapes to a point where i can just fire random notes of that box so i can "get out of the box"


things i need help finding:
alternate picking, interesting lvl 5-7 lessons so i can go back to my former speed
legato more lessons from lvl 4-7 because i really need help with my legato
more things in the bend vibrato section
rhythm master-final goal
more interesting beginner tapping things and a final goal.

if someone even read this far thx a lot and hope you have things to contribute


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post Apr 15 2009, 10:50 AM
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That's very impressive. Dedication to that agenda will surely reap serious rewards. If you haven't done so already, have you thought about putting this on the wiki practise agenda?


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post Apr 15 2009, 11:12 AM
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QUOTE (Artemus @ Apr 15 2009, 11:50 AM) *
That's very impressive. Dedication to that agenda will surely reap serious rewards. If you haven't done so already, have you thought about putting this on the wiki practise agenda?


i dont know what it is. plus its currently incomplete. i need your help to make it perfect


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post Apr 15 2009, 11:20 AM
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https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...apping-workout/

Don't know about it, but maybe it's best to start with 8 fingers tapping.
But as i said, i'm not sure as i hasn't done it myself smile.gif


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post Apr 15 2009, 11:32 AM
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That looks like a great practice plan.
For tapping I definitely suggest lessons by Alexander Sukovic.

Check them out at this link


https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/instructo...ksander-Sukovic


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vampire18
post Apr 15 2009, 12:58 PM
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the problem is that the biggest progress i can make is also the most boring thing there is-learning the fretboard. the only thing that keeps me going is knowing it will be a giant step and you only have to do it once and you raise your lvl by a lot


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