Great explanation in the spoken video David - I think this lesson will important for many aspiring sweepers!
Nice one Dave cheers
Incredible explanation. I wish this lesson should have conducted earlier on
Well done David!!
Exactly what I needed now David. Nice explanation and overall a nice lesson!
great! just what i need.
Great explanation, excellent lesson. Thanks a lot!
Excellent lesson, great explanation, and your technique is flawless!
Nice Lesson David!
Great lesson David, really helpful!
How long did it take you to master it?
And tempo/speed wise, whats your limit?
Very nice David, perfect timing, as Im learning to sweep
Great lesson Walli, great spopen video, and excellent neck on the parker. Keep rockin man!
perfect job David
Gret lesson David...
Excellent lesson David !!
just what i needed
Would you recommend picking the high e string twice or just hammering on on the downstroke and pulling off on the upstroke?
Great I just learned to sweep pretty well, and I'm sure this will help me perfect that technique
I must admit its a cool technique.
Very well explained David.
This is going to take me a long time to learn. I've tried sweeping before but just can't seem to make any headway on it.
great sweeps my friend, I need to practice this lesson
This will help me more with the sweeping
Just need to say that when I bookmark this lesson it says that it's bookmarked. But when I click the link in my bookmarks, Pavel's "sweeping basics" lesson come up instead :/
forgot to say,
it says that both lessons are bookmarked but only the link to Pavel's lesson appears :S
What an amazing lesson, really helpful!
That's weird about Pavel's lesson showing up..
He has awesome lessons though, so it's not a loss! ;-)
yes, I didn't mean that. It's just that I can't have both lessons bookmarked, cause they're both great
Great explanation David.
this is good. it is just that when u get it wrong with the hands it does get a bit discouraging!
but i will press on!
how could i put this to a metronome?
at the 40bpm lol?
This is an awesome lesson David Very helpful... just what I needed, thanks
Sweep picking - one of my five Achilles heels! Great lesson; this one could be bookmarked for a while...
Very nice lesson good for practicing to build up a good synch between the left/right hand
good Job David!!!
wheres the broom need to sweep some more dirty pickups you naughty things you lol keep up the good work Dave!
I am swept away! Awesome David!
Great exercise david!
Just having a little trouble with the chords bleeding through
<---- me that is hahaha not you at all
Jeez, the difficulty level of this lesson is noted 4 of 10.
I'll definitely give a 8 or 9 for this one !
Anyway, i'm still practicing this lesson and won't give up until i got it !
(Great Explanation Mister Wallimann )
would using a metrenome synchronize the left hand with the right?
Great lesson David, I will definitely work on this.
Perfect explanation, i`m glad that we have such lesson:) good thing to start from.
Thx great teaching.
Now i understand how to sweep
and it is hard :-(
What are the chords i play the arpeggio's in starting from the 17 th position?
I asked IN THE PRVIOUS POST
"What are the chords i play the arpeggio's in starting from the 17 th position?
But i have figured it out:
9 --> F# Min
7 --> Emin
5 --> Dmaj
So sorry I missed your question, glad you got it though! :-)
Does it possible to have the playbacks to pratice without internet connection ?
I work on your Sweeping Basics and Triad Arpeggios Lesson. I'm new here and i don't know how i can ask you that. I try here.
hey, this is my first foray into sweeping, and this has been a great help so far.=D
I noticed that the shape is the same as the open c chord, is that any way related or just a coincidence?
Nice lesson Dave!
Thanks man! Glad you like it!
Nice lesson and the explanation is just awsome. Helped me a lot thanks man
Great lesson thanks. I'm a pretty intermediate/advanced player (although mainly blues/rock) My problem with this stuff is the turn around parts of the sweep. I can seem to get them nice and clean if I go slow, and funny enough, if I go fast, I just can't seem to get an intermediate speed, and the fast can sound sloppy at times..Any advice?
Really helpful lesson, David. Sweeping is coming I could work a great deal on !
Typo alert ! I meant "something"
This lesson is very humbling. I feel like I have hooves, not hands. Great explanation - you can say the word "synchronization" but not "distinctly"? Great lesson, this will take some real work.
VERy VEry Good!
is just what im looking for!
Lvl4? cool chops man!
Anyone who wishes to learn sweeping should not skip this lesson Great one, David!