#1
Okay, tremolo picking took me forever to learn. But after lots of practice, I finally learned to loosen my wrist to be able to pick really fast. Now I have a new problem with it; I can't tremolo pick slow enough for some songs lol. I'm trying to learn this song and I keep tremolo picking way too fast. I can't control it and stay at the right tempo. Any advice besides practice?
#2
practice

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#3
Hmm..
Try using a metronome, Go slow.
Then work your way up
I had that same problem. but after afew hours of metronome and tremolo practice
I got it
#4
Relax and loosen your wrist. It's impossible to do it with a tense wrist.
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#5
I disagree with the metronome. If it works for you, good. But if not, don't force it. Tons of people get super frustrated from metronomes and stop practicing. Ima tell you, there are a great many people who hate metronomes who are phenomenal players.

So.

Practice much more slowly than you have to. Relax yourself when you do.
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#6
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I disagree with the metronome. If it works for you, good. But if not, don't force it. Tons of people get super frustrated from metronomes and stop practicing. Ima tell you, there are a great many people who hate metronomes who are phenomenal players.


People get frustrated with metronomes because they show every little flaw in your playing. Which is a good thing. A metronome is an amazing tool, use it.