Thanks for these excercises/fingerings Danilo!
I think it's a very disciplined manner to use such a "pinched" clean tone for practising so that you can make sure every pick you do is accurate.
(My overdriven guitar-friends in school just tend to hide their inaccuracies behind the electric noise they make.)
So thanks Danilo for this series, definetaly a must do for beginners of all age!
very good series danilo
Thank you so much guys! To berko: glad to see you here. I tend to use clean tone even when I'm playing cause I like to hear everything I play. Keep on practice mate!
Very nice Danilo!
Nice One Mate
I agree with berko. Practicing, we should use a clean tone as much as possible to really hear what we'are playing.
Great lesson Danilo.
I really love these excersises, from a beginner standpoint they may seem boring. But even i find when learning and using these excersises everyday for warmups that i see marked improvement in dexterity, speed and accuracy in a short period of time.
Thank you so much guys for your kind words!
To Joe: How many time spent on this exercises...
To Jerry: +1, I agree with you.
To Daniel: I still practice this exercise too, they are so useful, no matter your skills.
Nice exercise. Clean tone +1 !!
Thank you Alex87. The sound comes from a behringer vamp2, with coil split on my guitar.
Good job Danilo
Thank you Alejandro and Dejan!
Excelent series Danilo!
fantastic lesson Danilo!!
nice work Danilo.
Thank you guys. Thank you Carlos, but I think it's a nice and useful lesson...fantastic is a little bit to much...
great lesson man.
Thank you Nemanja!
another great exercise
Great lesson man!!
Glad to see you here Juan and Pablo, keep on your nice lessons!
Lezione semplice ma utile, good job!