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Sweep picking secrets part 2

Posted by Niels Vejlyt on Saturday, January 6, 2018, In : sweep picking 


One of the things you can take from this video other than the knowledge of the problem of the advancing nature of the sound when you ascend and descend the pick on the strings which you need to be aware of when you practice sweep picking that you don't get cheated by that and start practicing and really monitor closely if you can hear each and every note.

Is to combine another technique that you are contempt with so you can sort of split test the sweep picking with that, as I do for e...
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How To Play Fast - what everybody ought to know about playing fast

Posted by Niels Vejlyt on Thursday, January 14, 2016, In : beginner shred guitar 

A simple system that often seem complicated

This video presents to you the do's and dont's of learning to play fast. Learning to play fast is actually simpler than you might think but what you first of all need to know is to cut through all the talk and hype about learning to play fast. I have been teaching guitar for twenty plus years now and again and again I hear students that first come to me talk about stuff they read or saw on the internet that should be the "trick" to learn to play fa...
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The 5 critical Steps to fast Alternate picking

Posted by Niels Vejlyt on Friday, March 27, 2015, In : Alternate Picking 

Alternate picking can be such a frustrating technique because you develop the speed in another way than with many other techniques, in Alternate picking we develop the speed in quantum leaps instead of gradually getting faster. So a lot of people give up because they don't see the improvement they expect. But check out these five steps in this video and adjust any possible "wrong" way that has not taken you to the result you are after

Step 1. Practice at a pace where you have total cont...
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