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Are New To Alternate Picking (And You're Willing To Practice For Just 20 Minutes A Day), Then Here's How You Can
Quickly Start Unleashing Your Ultimate Picking Potential Today..." Do Any Of These
Problems Sound Familiar?
You are unsure exactly how to use your metronome for maximum
results. You've probably already read about the value of using a metronome. But many guitarists
don't know how to effectively use them. And this lack of understanding how to use such a useful practice tool
can definitely slow down progress to a slow crawl.
You feel overwhelmed by the vast number of alternate picking
exercises. There are literally hundreds (if not thousands) of alternate picking exercises you
could practice. So how do you know which ones are going to benefit you the most? And how do you know which
ones are just a waste of time? This lack of certainty about what to practice can definitely make you feel
unmotivated to practice hard.
You don't have a step-by-step plan to follow that you
KNOW will work. Most books, websites and DVDs give you lots of alternate
picking exercises to practice, but virtually no advice on HOW to practice those exercises. This lack of
detailed instructions can definitely make it hard for you to progress quickly.
You have trouble with alternate picking at fast
speeds. Many guitarists can alternate pick accurately at slow speeds, but lack the ability to
pick fast. Their hands get out of synch which makes the picking sound choppy, unsmooth and amateurish.
You often feel like you've hit a brick wall with your alternate picking
progress. Guitar players often hit a certain level with their alternate picking, but then they
get stuck. Their ability reaches a certain level, but then it stays there. To make matters worse, some
guitarists never learn to bust out of their plateau. They have the desire to get better, but are not sure how
Your alternate picking lacks consistency. Many guitarists
find that they sometimes hit the wrong strings when they pick. And this causes them to have to look at their
picking hand when they play. And this can definitely make you feel less confident about your abilities as a
Your alternate picking technique is not effortless
yet. It can be really frustrating seeing your favorite guitarists alternate picking with such
precision, fluidity and skill...but at the same time feeling that you lack the talent to play like they do.
Often guitar players see players they admire but have no idea what specific steps they need to take
to start developing a similar level of alternate picking ability.
If you can relate to any of the above problems, then you are definitely not alone. I've met many guitarists who
feel the same way. Heck...when I was first learning to alternate picking, I had the same problems! :-)
If These Alternate Picking Problems Are So Common,
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