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Build laser like precision and perfect timing
What if there was a way to practice sweep picking that would guarantee incredible results? And what if that training method was super easy to apply no matter what skill level you're on? The Flow Control method is what you need to, not only learn sweep picking at and incredible level, but to also build super human precision and accuracy.
Sounds too good to be true? Well it's not.
The human nervous system is a predictable and reliable mechanism if you approach it in the right way. If your approach is inefficiently though, you will struggle with even the most basic parts of this technique. This training method will set you up for massive progress and total success.
A sweep picking program for the professional
There are tons of videos and courses available that will provide you with impressive sweep picking licks and I have included a bonus program that focuses on this as well. But the main program has a very different focus: Teaching you the most effective and fastest way to complete sweep picking mastery.
For me, sweep picking is an integral part of everything I do. It's all about how to go from one string to another and whether I am doing one-note-per-string arpeggios or scale runs, sweep picking is always an option.
So in my world, sweep picking, economy picking / directional picking is one thing: It's all about how you pass from one string to another.
Mastering the sweep picking string shift will change the way you play, give you flexibility and power to produce any picking sound you want and it will give you the relaxed freedom you want.
The method, how to use it and the exercises
This program is as concise and to-the-point as possible. I am going to give you my sweep picking mastery method and then I am going to go into the details of how to use it and get the most out of it.
You will then find a small library of extremely effective sweep picking exercises that targets the individual challenges of this technique. They are all small loops that you can play over and over again without stopping.
You put all this into my three step process of practicing. First you build the initial ability to play the exercise. Then you take it to the level where you can play it unconsciously at a low level of speed.
- And then the speed building starts. This process is largely automatic, effortless and unconscious and you can do it while being entertained by other things. Sounds weird? It isn't. It's the method I have used to build my skills while having eight hours of school, homework and a part time job.