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> Increase Speed Of Play, helping me to increase my speed for queensryche style and else
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post Oct 31 2009, 06:08 PM
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HI gab how can I get speed, it seems my finger are in wood, or may be in stone, haven't you got a robot hand, no ?
wha I hope I'll arrive to get speed, with work, work and again work , isn't it ? can you help me please my friend.
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post Nov 2 2009, 06:06 AM
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Hello Rico! I have the best result for increase my alternate picking speed with repetitive & basic exercises played over major, minor and chromatic scales. The most important thing is to practice it diary for more than an hour (the more you practice, the faster results you'll have).
The first thing that you have to practice is that first exercise that we receive in our first guitar lessons. The chromatics exercises in all its combinations (1234) (4321) (1432) (123) (134) (234) but this time with the idea of increasing your speed in your mind. Start this week practicing this exercises with the metronome and let me know how it goes. wink.gif


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You know how I am 'improving' my AP ?

Search Paul Gilbert at YouTube! smile.gif Yes, its really improving mine. but note, I have gone through all 1234, 2341, stuff. I am only increasing the speed with the help of PG.

As Grabiel says, the key is to do it over and over again.

Oops sorry, I entered Gabriel's territory. Hope you guys won't mind. I just needed to share this. smile.gif

Here is another great AP exercise I found sometime earlier..

-5-6----7-------8-------------------------------------------------
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Try all AP starting from upstroke. This one is really good for AP, string skipping, outside picking, inside picking and so on. You can also try the same thing in reverse. from low strings to high.


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Nov 2 2009, 07:06 AM) *
Hello Rico! I have the best result for increase my alternate picking speed with repetitive & basic exercises played over major, minor and chromatic scales. The most important thing is to practice it diary for more than an hour (the more you practice, the faster results you'll have).
The first thing that you have to practice is that first exercise that we receive in our first guitar lessons. The chromatics exercises in all its combinations (1234) (4321) (1432) (123) (134) (234) but this time with the idea of increasing your speed in your mind. Start this week practicing this exercises with the metronome and let me know how it goes. wink.gif



ok thanks gab, I'll practise eachtime I can, thanks again for your kindness

QUOTE (maharzan @ Nov 2 2009, 10:15 AM) *
You know how I am 'improving' my AP ?

Search Paul Gilbert at YouTube! smile.gif Yes, its really improving mine. but note, I have gone through all 1234, 2341, stuff. I am only increasing the speed with the help of PG.

As Grabiel says, the key is to do it over and over again.

Oops sorry, I entered Gabriel's territory. Hope you guys won't mind. I just needed to share this. smile.gif

Here is another great AP exercise I found sometime earlier..

-5-6----7-------8-------------------------------------------------
------5----6-------7------8---------------------------------------
--------------5-------6------7------8-----------------------------
-------------------------5------6------7------8-------------------
-----------------------------------5------6------7----8-----------
---------------------------------------------5------6----7-8------

Try all AP starting from upstroke. This one is really good for AP, string skipping, outside picking, inside picking and so on. You can also try the same thing in reverse. from low strings to high.

thanks man, I didn't know that man ( sorry for my ignorence) you canpost it to help other GMC student, chears man
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QUOTE (rico @ Nov 2 2009, 07:42 AM) *
ok thanks gab, I'll practise eachtime I can, thanks again for your kindness


You're welcome! After one week of hard practice please let me know how it goes and I'll give you the following exercises... wink.gif


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Nov 2 2009, 08:19 PM) *
You're welcome! After one week of hard practice please let me know how it goes and I'll give you the following exercises... wink.gif


wa cool; man I like you !!! i feel already my finger move quicker, but gab what is the tempo when you start the first solo acceleration,
in that lesson, queensryche see you my frend
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QUOTE (rico @ Nov 3 2009, 07:43 AM) *
wa cool; man I like you !!! i feel already my finger move quicker, but gab what is the tempo when you start the first solo acceleration,
in that lesson, queensryche see you my frend



It's great to know it! smile.gif The tempo of the lesson is 115 bpm. You can check the note values in the gp file! wink.gif


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I gab ready for next exercises, thanks gab
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QUOTE (rico @ Nov 9 2009, 11:39 AM) *
I gab ready for next exercises, thanks gab


Great! You have to post some videos! Here I tabbed a new exercise for you! smile.gif You have to practice this exercise in every "three notes per string" position.

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Nov 16 2009, 08:33 AM) *
Great! You have to post some videos! Here I tabbed a new exercise for you! smile.gif You have to practice this exercise in every "three notes per string" position.

Attached File  Rico_Picking_exercise.gp4 ( 1.72K ) Number of downloads: 110



super big thanks to you gab,
you know I'm not ready yet to post video, may be later,
thanks again for your precious help,and your interest , see you my friend.
as i said yet i really like your music and your singer for your band cirse, and you must always now sing in spanish and english too, i think on all your futur album.
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QUOTE (rico @ Nov 16 2009, 07:57 AM) *
super big thanks to you gab,
you know I'm not ready yet to post video, may be later,
thanks again for your precious help,and your interest , see you my friend.
as i said yet i really like your music and your singer for your band cirse, and you must always now sing in spanish and english too, i think on all your futur album.



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