Alternate Picking IV

About Alternate Picking IV

Level: Syn's Etudes

Alternate Picking IV

Syn’s Tips

Head to the Comments section below to discuss and share videos of yourselves applying this to different Scales and Chord Progressions. I look forward to seeing what you come up with!

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Teo Datola
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Teo Datola pd: i love the SGS, good job.
Teo Datola
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Teo Datola hello syn, a question: what position of your hands is more comfortable for you, I feel uncomfortable when I play very high notes, reaching the 12th or 15th fret.
Marc Wigzell
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Marc Wigzell Hey can someone please finish this tab
Robi Turner
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Robi Turner how to create solo like that
Matt Marshall
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Matt Marshall Quick tip for this one: Don't practice the entire scale at once, break it up. Do the first 4 movements from E-G strings, practice is a couple times. Then move to the next, A-B strings and play that a few times. Break it into bitesize sections then start to piece it together. Youll get each part cleaner that way rather than playing it throughout over and over.
Andreas Thomsen
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Andreas Thomsen eyy, didn't ecpect to see you here, love your anime covers!:)
Gerben
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Gerben Are all these exercises in standard E tuning?
Syn Gates
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Syn Gates Yes
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