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The theory behind the sweeps isn't too complicated - first we sweep an E minor arpeggio, then a C major arpeggio, after that an F# major arpeggio and we finish the solo by shredding down the E natural minor scale.
However, sweeping 16th note triplets at 147 bpm is not an easy task! If you feel it's way to hard, you can try smaller versions of the sweeps - i.e. only play three-string sweeps for example.
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