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Anyone disciplined enough to do John Petrucci’s Rock Discipline? Mar 20, 1. So I just started this on Friday and I’m enjoying it. I’m determined to stick with it as I’ve never really stuck at anything – including lessons.

I’m at the beginning stretching exercises and wow, I’ve never stretched my fingers as much as I have over the past couple of days. My issue is, how long should Joyn spend on these exercises? I mean they’re getting easier, but I’m going to get bored pretty soon and will need to move discipilne to achieve something more.

Thing is though, John advises that you perrucci to play the exercises and move as far down the neck as you can before it hurts. Should I persevere or should I move on? Also, has anyone done this book from cover to cover and can anyone share their experiencces on how it helped them improve?

Mar 21, 2. But John is an awesome player. Mar 21, 3.

Anyone disciplined enough to do John Petrucci’s Rock Discipline?

I did some of it when It first came out. I also spent a long time going through a Frank Gambale book. Really hard technically, but in the end I found it very hard to incorporate into my own playing. In general I have gotten most out of picking up certain licks out of solos, that I think sound great, and then spend time getting it into my own playing.


But also learn whole solos, and stealing the best parts. Mar 21, 4. For the record, I didn’t even come close to sticking with Rock Discipline. ZeyerGTRMar 21, Mar 21, 5. No, but I may give it a go. I’m a decent enough player to fall back on my stock riffs and not have to break new ground in my practice rofk wait, what practice routine? Rock Discipline is a oetrucci program. I’m not sure I’d tough it out, but even a solid attempt would probably help with the stiffness.

Pat HealyMar 21, Mar 21, 6. I worked on it. Not aware of the book. I know he has “wild stringdom” which is a rkck of GW? There’s some great exercises in there. Still some things to explore. If you notice he goes into great detail on picking variations.

Its all “important” in the lesson he’s trying to petrucc. Part of the method is: JP is the master, we’re the student.

There are things in the method that work on you petruccl ways you might not realize. Music has its way of working on you. Sometimes, you’re simply not ready for what’s going on – its good to put it down and come back some other time if you get interested in it again. If you check the Troy Grady series In those terms, JP has exercises for developing “2-way pickslant” – this type of thing is real great for alt.

JPRD translation would be “abmi-picksterous” Besides the alt. One thing is what I think Grady calls “chunking” This is a method for speed. The section where JP talks pettrucci building speed is along these lines. My suggestion on that is to rip the DVD audio into an mp3 format, and load it in a “slow down” type program. This is for people who truly want some discipline out of it. Its practically impossible at least, for me to use it in the way he intended like a “workout video” where you play along in real time.

Mar 21, 7. Mar 22, 8. Mar 23, 9. I scanned this up to the “epic” very cheesy solo at one hour in. Personally I can stretch a half step further than the guy in the video from the A at the 5th fret to the Eb on the 11th fret on a discjpline The guitar is designed to make chord voicings pretty easy.


Except Ted Greene’s concept of fretting two different frets with one finger. I would seek out instructional vids of guys who can actually explain in terms of music theory what they are doing. For sweep picking, just check out Frank Gambale’s stuff.

Mar 25, I’ve had it for a while, and did a bit a bit of work on it a few years ago. I picked it up again recently and didn’t last long. Every time I open this forum, this thread is staring at me, mocking me in my failure.

OK, OK, I’ll go disciipline started. The CaptainMar 25, Mar 27, I took a few exercises from the book and extended them to much more variations in the past. These days I’m more focused on learning some harmony and using pentatonic scales as a mean to add tensions or imply modal interchange chords I’m still scratching the surface on this subject.

In order to practice, improve and keep my technique, I always keep coming back to Gambale’s Chop Builder. BetoMar 27, Ed DeGenaroMar 27, Mar 29, I suddenly found a need to stretch a whole lot more yesterday than I have ever needed, thanks for nothing Tremonti.

The wasn’t so bad ,but the kinda hurt a bit. It’s not just the stretch, but needing to rick the bottom 2 strings that was a struggle. The CaptainMar 29, Mar 30, You must log in or sign up to reply here.

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