Sorry if this is too much of a beginner question. I've been trying to improve my lead playing and I realised that I can't even play some of the simplest patterns in groups of three, four, six, etc. My hammer ons are imprecise and my pulloffs are horribly sloppy to the extent that I play a lot of ghost notes. I can't seem to move up or down the fretboard smoothly either, and sideways isn't any better. My hands are also small and I find I can't even span six frets in the lower registers, and when I go too high, my one fret per finger technique doesn't give me enough space to fret the notes. To add to it all, my vibrato is lousy and I can't bend to desired pitch always. I keep trying to learn how to sweep pick but today I started laughing when I found I can barely pick even normally at higher speeds. Can anyone suggest some resources or exercises or strategies to improve my "motor" functions? I mean just the basics, getting my hands to do the right things when I'm soloing. Not the note choices, just how do I get my hands to work the right way. I know some and I'm working (really slowly) to build up speed, but any help would be appreciated.