Buckle up kids, its time to turn those sweeps into something decent with the latest installment of This is Why You Suck at Guitar! SUPER in-depth lesson about the entire technique, starting from the pick and continuing on with everything its connected to! This will give you everything you need...
5 note stacked sweeps
I jammed with Dean Wells just once, and he was doing these things that I couldn't really figure out until I asked him to slow it down a touch. It was pretty much stacked sweeps. I don't know really what else to call them.
I often find myself playing a riff and thinking hey that would sound awesome with some sweeps over it. Now while going through every arpeggio in my arsenal until I eventually find ones that sound good works, I know there has to be an easier way.
Is there any kind of general rule for figuring...
I've been wanting to do sweeps for a long time. Appreciate some of the tech help here and advice also.
Was wondering if there are any gp5 files though readily available people could recommend with experience using them? (Using those particular files I mean.)