This DVD details Frank’s innovative speed/sweep picking technique and presents a method for developing “monster licks.” He demonstrates his picking. : Speed Picking For Guitar BK/Online Audio (): Frank Gambale: Books. Frank Gambale Speed Picking PDF. Over the years of playing, performing and teaching guitar, one of the biggest problems encountered is not with the left ha.
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Speed Picking – Frank Gambale, Stylistic Method – Hal Leonard Online
But first he slows it down, then plays the exercise at medium speed, and then at full tempo — three speeds for every exercise. Thanks for the advice. I’d recommend focusing on rhythmic consistency. When descending, use a down pick.
This way you don’t have to stick to his strict 3 3 2. I’m still practicing right now.
Well, I was thinking of learning this to use for faster soloing and sweeping and then use regular alternate picking for more normal solos and regular spsed. Any advice on the fastest way to get used to this? Basic training, which I don’t have, may be a great start towards his other videos. Took me about two years to feel comfortable with it, but now it’s totally incorporated into my playing. Register or Login to view hidden content! Slowing down the picking hand accurately without rushing the sweep is one of the hardest things.
And if they do, not sure what I’d get or whether it’d be over my head or not. Regarding the use of a metronome, I use and teach what Steve Morse had to say about it.
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I mean, Rusty Cooley is like a bazillion times better than me, so it might not be helpful to me at all. Shred Guitar Manifesto has the Legato work out, for devolping left hand strength and stretches; and a section for legto, picking, and sweeping each with licks. Gambale explains and demonstrates sweep arpeggios, speed picking licks, harmonic superimpositions, sequence licks, and more!
The method is revolutionary but makes perfect sense. I suppose I’m supposed to just play this to a metronome and go faster and faster, but from what speed to what speed? Or a different one?
Frank Gambale – Speed Picking
The two performance clinic DVD’s are cool too, I suggest buying the others first. He explains how everything works and gives lots of examples which could work as exercisesbut he doesn’t say anything about how to go about learning everything or getting used to it, etc. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
Well, obviously being able to do it both ways is the best, but you know how it goes First of all the CD that comes with the book features exercises that sound incredibly good. I also gave Gamgale stuff a shot many years ago spewd gave up and stuck to Gilberts alternate-picking style.
Yes, my password is: Many guitarists openly admit that their picking is pretty bad. NarenApr 5, My fingers feel really really weird.
Frank Gambale – Speed Picking
No, create an account now. A very useful approach. NarenApr 6, Every time you sweep from one string to the next your picking hand has to suddenly slow to half the speed of your regular alternating strokes. Your email address will not be published.
You are not logged in. Just a bit of encouragement Eric – stick with it! Search Media New Media. It’s totally worthwhile imo. Try this; too lazy to put into a tab. The one you’re referring to is Volume I am going to try to buy Basic Training to see if it is as great as the others are, which it most likely is. They’d ship to Japan too? Normally when I solo, depending on gambald direction I’m going, I’ll do down picking or regular alternate picking.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. The Art of Picking, right? Over the years of playing, performing and teaching guitar, one of the biggest problems encountered is not with the left hand fingerings as much as with the right hand picking technique.