Some truly scary stuff - thanks Aleksander!
WOOOW so cool idea Fantastic!! Really impressive
Awesome lesson Aleksandar!!!
I havn't been inspired for some time....this is just awesome though and It's going to help me get back into the groove of things
Cool shapes, hard to sweep as well.
Great lesson! Will practice it directly now
Haha my English.
Awesome sweeping exercise!
Really shreddy sound ! It sounds like it's chromatic, but I might be wrong
Very unique sounding!
Great sweep lesson
amazing sweeps man
Very Eklundh sounding! Cool
Love the intervals, great lesson!
wow, manic sweeping it is! Great!
This reminds me of something.. but I can't figure out what, it's so annoying Probably some video game
Anyway, this sounds very interesting Bookmarked!
It sounds fantastic! Thanks for this original and fresh lesson! Well done!
Great sweping! This is a very difficult technique.
Great lesson to do sweeping without grinding all those Am arpeggios... great to have a new lesson from you
Reminds of Petruccis most difficult stuff!
Awesome sweeps Aleksander, they sounds really cool
Hey thanks Jerry
Awesome, intimidating and slightly creepy (in a good way) as always, Aleksander
Have you ever [email protected] Mattias Eklundh's Freak Guitar Camp ?
He is using a lot of these Styles/Patterns ...
Anyway, Big Up !
it should have 10 not 8... killer stuff really
Pure Evil! Just kidding. A very original sound in my book - great exercise and sound. Mind if I use this for a song? Kidding again. I will improvise. Mua - ha - ha -ha! great lessons - keep them coming...
Hey there! Welcome to my new lesson tittled 'Manic Sweeping'.
In this lesson you will learn an excercise that will improve your sweeping abillities.
The exercise uses a single sweep model that is shifted througout a scale, with melodic paterns. The sweep model is accending, followed descending, with repeating the first and the end note. Like any excercise, you need to start practicing with a low BPM, and when you make it sound good and clean, you can increase the BMP. The goal is to make it sound equally clean and precise on low and on hi tempo. Until your hands are perfectly sinchronized, you will drop notes, or they will sound bad. Besides the sweeping practice, the idea is that it will also give you some fresh new ideas on sweeping paterns.
The key is B minor;
The tempo is 130 BPM;
The beat is 4/4