I thought it might help someone else as well.
Fingerings/Picking Motions are Debatable.
Slow it down 0.5 or maybe less, 1.5 is roughly normal speed.
Some parts I added vibrato where it wasn't in the book.
Hear the song
I found a crucial note I was missing going over it again.
The Pinch Harmonic + Vibrato at the end is an aggressive one, just recently noticed that.
I learned it with the book, it took me a long time to understand it. ( Still learning )
I've been reflecting this solo for over 10 years.
This is my first full speed run of this song, recorded on my phone, too lazy to use my interface. I'm hoping to have the full cover done by the end of the month time permitting. Lmk your thoughts in the meantime! (HEADPHONE WARNING) Loud mix incoming
Hey Guys! This a sweeping exercise I've just started working on recently from a guitar youtuber's udemy course. At first it was kinda tricky to play along to a metronome because of how many notes I'm supposed to play in 3/4 but I'm starting to get it down. Let me know what you think!
I havent been active on this page since forever. However, recently I really got back intro learning new stuff and I started to take the advanced lessons on this site. My sweep picking and economy picking has improved through this
stock Mini Squire Strat with Elixir strings tuned to dropped D through a BOSS Katana 50
edit: now I can post messages but although my 1st attempted reply here now shows I can't reply again, sorry! Weird account bug or something? Anyway thanks for the responses!!
Hey guys! I am playing solos and lead guitar on this event. Here are the things that I realized.
-Even holding a guitar when you are standing is a whole different thing.I did not expect it to be hard.
-Playing with other musicians helped me a lot. Even to be in rehearsals is something else rather than being at home and recording by your own. I support everyone on this to be social ,as an amateur guitar player like most of us.
-Appetite for Destruction is a no filler all killer record.