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  • #22639

    DanzoStrife
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    <span style=”color: #1d2129; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;”>I’m on Week 12 Metal Method (Beginner) of 48. I’m looking for some Metal Rhythm. I’m looking to cover the likes Metallica and Slayer technique. Which would help me given these factors n my current skill level?
    </span>I need to build up my speed (without tension lol) and chunkiness
    <br style=”color: #1d2129; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;” /><span style=”color: #1d2129; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;”>-Sarah’s Metal Riff course</span><br style=”color: #1d2129; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;” /><span style=”color: #1d2129; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;”>-Will Flaherty Metal Extreme vol 1</span><br style=”color: #1d2129; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;” /><span style=”color: #1d2129; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;”>Dee J Monster Power Chords Volume 1

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  • #22640

    DanzoStrife
    Participant

    What is wrong with your guys code? It just scrambles my message:

    I’m on Week 12 Metal Method (Beginner) of 48. I’m looking for some Metal Rhythm. I’m looking to cover the likes Metallica and Slayer technique. Which would help me given these factors n my current skill level?

    I need to build up my speed (without tension lol) and chunkiness

  • #22641

    DanzoStrife
    Participant

    1. Metal Extreme – Will

    2. Metal Riffs -Sarah

    3. Monster Power Chords -DJ

  • #22643

    MotleyCrue81
    Participant

    Metal Riffs and Monster Power Chords would be more around your skill level than Metal Rhythm Extreme. Can’t go wrong with Metal Riffs.  🙂

    Bring hair metal back!

  • #22649

    Sarah Spisak
    Keymaster

    Hi Danzo,

    Sorry about the code mess!  I don’t know what causes that.

    I’ll be glad to answer any questions you have about “Metal Riffs”.

    Thanks for the help, Brett!

     

  • #22652

    Igglepud
    Participant

    Metal Riffs is really good. Really, really good. You’ll learn a LOT you can use.

    MY ROCK IS FIERCE!!!

  • #22654

    DanzoStrife
    Participant

    Ok so I’m pretty broke atm.

    MY path right now I’m thinking

    Beginner program -week 12 (Paid, $75)

    — Power Chords $20 (Right now? I didn’t buy it just yet)

    Next Month:
    Intermediate program $75.00

    –a few weeks after
    —Vol. 3 Riffs By Sarah $50 (sweet video , love it!)

    -FALL
    M.Method 2016 Advanced final 3 months $75

    I need to do also do Lead Guitar DNA  $20 or the bundle but not sure when. I definitely want to solo NOW lol.

    Otherwise, i’d buy everything bundled would be cheaper but hey I’m living on scraps right now!

    But yea, Sarah’s course looks pretty exciting! Need some stuff to play for friends and like at the guitar store XD. Takes too long for me to learn practice one song (a month plus)

  • #22658

    DanzoStrife
    Participant

    I think I might bump off the Power Chords since It seems that I’d probably already know what he’s about to teach. I just kinda need to learn how to count better  (not lose track where I am or what bar I’m at)

    And then bump UP Sarah’s Metal riff collection course. 6 months of lessons for $50 seem like quite the bargain 😀

    Then stick Lead Guitar DNA somewhere higher in the pipeline in the next few weeks.

  • #22659

    Sarah Spisak
    Keymaster

    Hi Danzo!

    I think you will love the “Metal Riffs” course…  And yes, it’s a great deal!  🙂

    • #22661

      DanzoStrife
      Participant

      Hopefully your courses will warm me up for playing Iron Maiden’s the Trooper , some Van Halen and classic Slayer stuff XD

      Looks like a lot of fun 🙂

  • #22660

    MotleyCrue81
    Participant

    Lead Guitar DNA has some faster solo stuff in it. Probably worth trying to tackle after completing Metal Riffs. Or probably get halfway through Doug’s Complete Guitar Course first. You’ll know more of what’s going on and will have a better chance at getting some of the exercises up to speed. I did all of Doug’s Courses and all of Sarah’s courses before doing Lead Guitar DNA and some of the stuff in it was a little tricky and needed some good practice.

    Bring hair metal back!

    • #22662

      DanzoStrife
      Participant

      ^ Lead guitar DNA description said nothing about it’s difficulty level. I think they should really put it up! Or actually some of the videos (or a lot) don’t have a very clear indicator of the level you should start it at. I definitely need to work my way into guitar solos

      Just ytd I learned how to do right hand artificial(pinch) harmonics 😀 lol now i can do it on every fret.

  • #22663

    DanzoStrife
    Participant

    Ok guys its done!

    Metal Riffs Vol3 is ordered/downloaded
    Next Month August: Intermediate Basic course
    Lead Guitar DNA probably sometime after

  • #22667

    MotleyCrue81
    Participant

    Nice, riff it up.  🙂

    Bring hair metal back!

  • #22669

    DanzoStrife
    Participant

    Just wanted to thank Sarah Spisak for giving me a BONUS gift! got me a Melodic principles : VOL.1; Intervals of Rock Guitar!

    Totally cool! 😀
    If I have to bump Doug off for favorite Guitar teacher, he might get jealous now!

  • #22670

    Sarah Spisak
    Keymaster

    You are welcome!  🙂

  • #22671

    Sonic
    Participant

    DanzoStrife, apparently you are moving ahead very quickly. How much do you practice currently?

    You may be right about Monster Power Chords. Yet, is has very cool backing tracks 🙂

    • #22678

      DanzoStrife
      Participant

      Hey Sonic,
      i’ve been practicing an hour a day, but some days are 3 or more.

      Then a day or two, three I might not touch my guitar, not out of not willing, but due to other things like tendinitis, playing my keyboard, sickness /adrenal fatigue.

      I’d say I average still 7-10 hours a week though there’s time for more, but the above gets in the way!

      Well seems i’m going at the pace since I bought my guitar, I’m not pausing at any weeks, so it’s just normal pace 🙂

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