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Regardless of which genre you play, improving your technical precision is a large component of mastering the guitar. Enhancing your technical abilities can lead to exciting new creative options. This series covers the techniques of alternate picking, sweep picking, and extended legato playing.
Take a look below to check out the different teachers that cover speed and technique. You can scope out the entire series or sample it out by clicking to view the free lesson.
Focus: Brad Henecke offers exercises and technique discussions to develop your playing, including lessons for economy, alternate, and sweep picking.12 Lessons Series Details
Focus: This exercise-heavy series serves to improve your playing dexterity, coordination, synchronization of your left and right hand, and speed building in the techniques of alternate picking, sweep picking, and legato.9 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: This lesson series will focus on ways to improve warm up routines. Here there will be lots of opportunity to develop new ideas to warming up correctly.1 Lessons Series Details
Focus: Allen "Robot" Van Wert teaches his approach to developing technique necessary for fast playing.19 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Learn intermediate to advanced tapping techniques with virtuoso Andy James.7 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: In this series Joe breaks down some of the techniques and concepts the he draws from in his own improvisation. He blends numerous styles and influences to create a mesmerizing sound that is as musically beautiful as it is technically challenging.15 Lessons Series Details
Focus: Prashant Aswani presents "Power Picking!" A 30 day exercise based program designed at introducing you to all the picking techniques necessary to play killer lead guitar.31 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: If you’ve ever felt like one of your hands seems to fall behind the other, or you tend to get ahead of yourself in one way or another, you are well aware of how frustrating this problem can be. But don't worry, we can fix it. With a little bit of help, and your focused attention to detail, Dan can get you through this plateau that so many guitarists before you have given up at, or worse… they’ve been completely content with sloppy guitar playing!31 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details