Originally Posted by distressed_romeo
Has anyone really worked at one-note-per-string alternate picking, a la Steve Morse? Currently practicing that at the moment as it's always been a major weakness for me. Improving, but not as controlled as I'd like yet. Anyone with advice/encouragement/abuse?
Good luck, cause it's hard as hell.
The great John Petrucci ventured into this territory with the Glass Prison intro solo, but it's so hard to play he just sweeps it live.
I don't think there's a whole lot of advice you can absorb, other than the classic "play slow and clean w/metronome and speed up" and be patient.
Oh, and Tumeni Notes rocks...