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Old 2006-02-09, 11:29
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Scar Spangled Banner by Exodus is IMO really helpful especially for your fretting fingers. It makes your picking hand do some work too, since you're jumping from string to string constantly.

And my god what a awesome thrashriff!!

For fast pentatonic exercise I like Liquid Tension's Paradigm Shift, but mostly BLS solos.

Good suggestions, guys, keep it going
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Old 2006-02-09, 13:31
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All Led Zep for slide blues, quicker picking and accuracy
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Old 2006-02-09, 13:33
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im still in the midst of learning Nothing Else Matters - Metallica, to improve my fingerpicking skills.. almost got it down.


i dont want to spoil your fun, but that song isnt ment to be fingerpicked. you better try benighted by opeth, about the same level
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Old 2006-02-09, 13:37
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Psycroptic sound good, I've never heard them.
Cloaca's tabs make them sound good.
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Old 2006-02-09, 17:41
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Thunderstruck

Great song to learn if you are beginning to learn alternate picking. Alt pick it, not pulls and hammers. Once you can play it to speed like that it sounds mint
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Old 2006-02-09, 17:42
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i dont want to spoil your fun, but that song isnt ment to be fingerpicked. you better try benighted by opeth, about the same level


Yeah man, that song is awesome, so is 'Face of Melinda' The start of that is awesome fingerpicking practise
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Old 2006-02-09, 18:46
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for the past week i have been learning epitaph (i know all the riffs now, and the solo is coming along) and i will never ever look at guitar or practice again in my life the same way
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Necrophagist - The Stillborn One and Seven. I had a tough time with the low end string skipping riffs. Speed, timing, harmonics... those songs cover just about every technique there is. Plus the solos kick ass.
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Thunderstruck

Great song to learn if you are beginning to learn alternate picking. Alt pick it, not pulls and hammers. Once you can play it to speed like that it sounds mint


tapping it sounds just the same...or at least for me it does...
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Concerto but Cacophony has made me a much better guitarist. Not only is it a dynamic song but it covers all aspects of shred guitar. It did take me a two months to learn and play properly but it was worth it.
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Old 2006-02-09, 23:28
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Necrophagist - The Stillborn One and Seven. I had a tough time with the low end string skipping riffs. Speed, timing, harmonics... those songs cover just about every technique there is. Plus the solos kick ass.


i think every one has a problem learning a necrophagist song, seven was a pain in the ass, but it taught me so much
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Once you can play Necrophagist songs, learn some Martyr ones. That's what I've been doing and trust me, it's harder.
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SLAYER- raining blood-good for down strokes,triplets and trem picking. also a good introduction to all of slayers crazy trem solos.
RIFLES AT RECESS-the downfall of roman catholicism and how it directly affects kevin smith-good for trem picking consistancy(keeping it up) and double time feel harmonization.
METALLICA-(welcome home)sanitarium-nice easy solos,also an introduction to legato.
KILLSWITCH ENGAGE-my last serenade-all down strokes.builds strength and an introduction to making pretty riffs with 2 guitars
BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME-selkies,the endless obsession-if you can play it,you should'nt be reading this.
THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER-elder misanthopy-builds speed and precision.
METALLICA-one-good for shredding and clean metal solos.
MUDVAYNE-death blooms-good for alternate picking,the whole song is played like that.
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Old 2006-02-10, 18:40
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Once you can play Necrophagist songs, learn some Martyr ones. That's what I've been doing and trust me, it's harder.


sweet, ill check it out
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Old 2006-02-10, 18:45
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Once you can play Necrophagist songs, learn some Martyr ones. That's what I've been doing and trust me, it's harder.

yeah man, the timing in warp zone KILLS me. i love that solo though, i always noodle around on it

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Old 2006-02-11, 06:03
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can someone give me practice to imrove my speed
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Old 2006-02-11, 12:03
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frantic disembowelment for riffing..

and the second solo in we bleed for soloing
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Old 2006-02-11, 15:36
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tapping it sounds just the same...or at least for me it does...


Yeah i know, but if you can alt pick it, you can legato it easily.
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joe satriani-just about all his stuff
steve vai- just about all his stuff
jason becker- opus pocus/or altitudes
joquin rodrigo-anything from concierto de arajanez
bach- prelude in G maj cello suite 1
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bach- prelude in Cmin for lute
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MUDVAYNE-death blooms-good for alternate picking,the whole song is played like that.






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