“Stick with those scales. One piece of advice I’ve given to the lead guitarist in my band, Ben Sink, who is a really creative lead guitarist, is to continually play scales going from the bottom to the top of the neck and back down, then switch scale and focus on doing it as fluid and speed up as you go. This isn’t to be Eddie Van Halen; it’s because when you go on stage and the adrenalin kicks in, you’ll be so proficient as a craftsman that the nerves you feel won’t interfere with what you play: everything

情報源: 10 questions for Paul Draper: “Being in an indie band, I hid that I could play guitar solos” | MusicRadar



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