Sweeping. there's a milion topics on the technique, but I'm curious about something else. I'm currently learning blue powder, and I've been working all day on the first sweep run. Now, I haven't mastered sweeping yet, so I took it as the challenge to learn sweeping. After a couple of hours of workout, I can play it now at 1/3 of the speed (yay...
I'm confident however, that if I spend a few days more on it, I'll be flailing away. By the way, it's a sweep pattern that starts from string 5 to 1, back to 4, up to 1 again some slides in between and a couple of notes on the same string, so it's big and fun.
I'm learning it with a metronome.
I'm curious tho, once I've got this one nailed, will I need to spend the same amount of time getting other patterns down? God, I hope not, because then it would mean a lot of time to get one song down...
So for the experenced sweepers out there, does it get easier after a while to nail another pattern?