Joaquin Lievano

This exercise revolutionized a lot of picking chops in the ’80s and it’s a great way to wake your hands up and get your pick and fingers synched up.
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Although Mr. Lievano recommends starting low and moving up the neck, it makes a lot of sense to start high, where the frets are closer together, so as not to traumatize your hand with big stretches initially.