Sweep Picking, Alternate Picking, Bending, Hammer On, by Diego Budicin
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Important notice: If you found this lesson it's highly possible you'll need additional feedback on right hand position, resting points, pick grip and similar. This topic is hard to capture in this kind of practise lesson, because it's very wide and subjective in many aspects. That's why I kindly invite you study my ALTERNATE PICKING BASIC lesson, which contains a lot of spoken explanations of basic mechanics of the right hand.
Alternate picking lesson #5 is a fine choice when you want to extend your "lick library" and add a few elements that will slightly push you out of comfort zone. There are some spots where you will need to quickly change the position or stretch your hand to reach a note. Purpose of this lesson is not to deliver ultra twisted shapes. It's purpose is to push you just that one step further from basic, one position, 3-notes per string runs.
Gear used (in order of connection chain placement):