After working through these exercises, you should find that your control of fret-hand muting feels more secure and natural.
Practicing each of theses exercises with a metronome for just two minutes every day will improve your coordination and sweep picking technique immensely.
A short introduction to the tritone scale, its construction, how to use it and some basic fingerings for this scale on the guitar.
Learn a few of the rhythm guitar techniques Jimi would most often employ to spice up his rhythm parts and make them melodic.
Learn some cool variations of this progression that feature added chord changes and spicier harmony and voice-leading.
If you develop a taste for moving "outside" the tonal center, it can provide a very cool expansion of your musical vocabulary.
Even the best musicians make mistakes, but it's how you react and move forward from those setbacks that truly measure your progress.
Examine the envelope-pushing sounds of some of the essential prog-rock bands of the Sixties/early Seventies era.
Learn some cool ways to create angular single-note arpeggios that are based on root-fifth-octave power chord shapes.
Learn how to craft a lead that will fortify and enhance the primary rhythm part without overshadowing it.