SPEED AND THRASH METAL GUITAR METHOD PDF

This style has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity over the past 10 years as many of the Eighties thrash bands have reformed and a wave of cutting-edge, thrash-influenced acts like Lamb of God have risen. Play through each example slowly at first while tapping your foot squarely on each downbeat. Memorize the figure before applying speed, and shake out any tension as it arises in your hands. Use your fret-hand index ringer to mute unused strings and prevent them from ringing. This riff has an up-tempo eighth-note feel. Use consecutive downstrokes throughout, and palm mute the open low E string.

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This style has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity over the past 10 years as many of the Eighties thrash bands have reformed and a wave of cutting-edge, thrash-influenced acts like Lamb of God have risen. Play through each example slowly at first while tapping your foot squarely on each downbeat. Memorize the figure before applying speed, and shake out any tension as it arises in your hands. Use your fret-hand index ringer to mute unused strings and prevent them from ringing. This riff has an up-tempo eighth-note feel.

Use consecutive downstrokes throughout, and palm mute the open low E string. Remain relaxed, and have the downstrokes bounce into the string from the wrist. The X in bars 3 and 5 indicates a pitchless, fret-hand-muted note.

Pick from the wrist, attacking the strings with the tip of the pick at a slight downward angle. Down-pick theeighth notes and alternate pick the 16ths. Played with a driving triplet feel, this example features power chords set against a low E-string rhythm and a neat single-note fill at the end of bar 1. Try to make the power chords ring clearly while you alternately palm-mute the open low E string.

This final example features some cool hammer-ons and pull-offs and a neat single-string line, framed by an open low E-string rhythm. Use palm-muted alternate picking for the 16th notes on the low E string.

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