Yngwie Malmsteen Style Lesson 4

by Gabriel Leopardi

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  • Hello! We have a new Yngwie lesson! I’m very glad with this lesson because it remembers me to Yngwie’s most important influences: Niccolo Paganini (1782-1840). It’s like the final arpeggios of 24th Caprice. Paganini was called the Demon Fiddler because of the demonic air of his playing and his looks. Yngwie Malmsteen took many Paganini’s stuff to make his own guitar style.
    Malmsteen usually plays sweep picking arpeggios all the time as you now if you are following my Yngwie lessons.

    In this solo we will practice 3, 5 and 6 strings sweeps and some alternate picking. I have used mayor, minor and diminished arpeggios to compose it.

    Practice the lesson slowly with metronome. Be patient. You also have four backing tracks at different tempos to practice the solo.

    Tempo: 240 bpm

    I hope you enjoy this lesson!

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