Youtube vids showing flawless technique

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  1. frogman81

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    I'm trying to work on my chops (properly) and I find vids showing end-game left and right hand technique quite inspiring. Chris Broderick is usually my go-to, anyone have vids or guitarists to share?
     
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    ThePIGI King Death Will Reign

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    Rick Grahm. Hes all you need.

    And playthroughs of your favorite bands.
     
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    Here's some live videos of guitarists with incredible technique:

    Teemu Mäntysaari(Wintersun):


    Rick Graham:


    Jason Richardson:


    Jeff Loomis:


    For purely perfect technique then the best I've seen is the guitarist from Amorphis, he's not a technical player but the way he can play with such minimal movement of his fretting hand is crazy.
     
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    Those vids are sick! Just what I needed, thanks :)

    Yes I took at look at the vid of his that Lorcan shared and his technique is Godlike. Probably the best I've seen.
     
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    Troy Grady has a lot of tips, especially for the picking hand.
     
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    Anything by Kiko Loureiro. In terms of technique, sheer musicality and versatility, he's well above the guys Lorcan posted.
     
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    Im going to have to go with Left Lane Theory. He has been my favorite YouTube player for years. From the old Necrophagist covers to his own incredible writing. So clean and musical IMO.
     
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    I second Rick G. That dudes legato is flawless and only getting better
     
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    JohnIce Singlecoils = tr00

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    There's this dude Ichika who's just nuts:



    I generally hold Mateus Asato and Mark Lettieri as the golden standard for technique, because not only do pick as cleanly and fast as anyone else posted in this thread but they also fingerpick and play full chord solos with the same excellence. But all their flashiest stuff from a purely technical standpoint seems to be on instagram and not youtube :( If you're on instagram, follow both of them asap :)


     
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    Marshall Harrison, this guy's technique is utterly flawless

     
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