Building your GUITAR SPEED – Fast Tips

by | Aug 12, 2019 | Guitar Exercises | 2 comments

In this video, you’re going to learn the roadmap to building speed on guitar. When you want to build a fine motor skill like developing guitar speed you need to have a strategy and a consistent approach – and this video will show you how.

You’ll find out the answers to the following:

– The most important considerations for making rapid and consistent progress with speed development

– The big mistakes that players make when trying to build their guitar speed

– A fun and easy exercise that anyone can learn to rapidly develop your speed – using only two strings.

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Now the exciting bit:

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What did you think of this jazz guitar quick tip? Leave your comments below…


Greg O’Rourke

Founder, Fret Dojo

World Leader in Online Jazz Guitar Education


  1. Michael Kaeuffer

    Thanks a lot!
    Simple and clear. You have the point.
    Perfect idea using 124 and 134 on the consequtive strings!

  2. Peter

    Thanks for this insightful lesson Greg, and exactly at the right time, since I’m working on the Emily Remler double time lick :-)


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