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    Hi guys
    any books out there that you use or can recommend for improving/maintaining electric guitar techniques? (ex. scaling, arpeggios, sweep picking, hammer ons pull offs)
    would be great if the book had some kind of progressive training too.
    I'm looking to drill myself on individual techniques and improve on them!

    thanks!

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    Hi guys
    any books out there that you use or can recommend for improving/maintaining electric guitar techniques? (ex. scaling, arpeggios, sweep picking, hammer ons pull offs)
    would be great if the book had some kind of progressive training too.
    I'm looking to drill myself on individual techniques and improve on them!

    thanks!

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    Just going to give this thread a little bump in the hopes that someone sees it and replies!

    I'm afraid I don't know of any good books. Maybe check out amazon and look at reviews...?
 
 
 
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