Advanced chromatic speed Guitar Lesson – Step 7

Chromatic Guitar Lesson - S7
This step looks at playing fast again. The way forward here is to start slowly, and then increase in small increments!

Play Faster

OK, let’s do it, let’s play really, really fast. This can only be achieved by playing in short bursts with absolute accuracy.

Since each exercise starts with a rest, this is extremely difficult. Without practising the previous six steps, this would not be possible.

All eight exercises are to be played chromatically, they look like this.

This is the 7th step in the Chromatic and Sweeping Course. Here we play fast again.

In the next and final step, we’re playing all these rhythms again, although we then sweep them.

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Chromatic & Sweeping | Step-by-step guitar course

This is the 7th step in the Chromatic and Sweeping Course. Here we play fast again.

The chromatic and sweeping exercises will sort out any problems you have with synchronizing your left and right hand as you play with a pick.

Take the Chromatic & Sweeping Course and you’ll will improve your accuracy, build speed, as well as train you in reading rhythms better.


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