#1
well im trying to play just the intro of Master Of Puppets, and you know how its all downpicked? its kinda hard for me to make it all downpicks cause my hand starts getting tired really quickly :[ anyone know a good way to make it stronger? or would i just have to keep practicing at it?
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#2
Used to be my favourite song, aha. I still can't pick this all downs due to the habit of alternate, just loosen up, use a metronome, all the usual things. I used to sit infront of the telly just downpicking for like an hour a day just to help.
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#4
Down picking is sooo much easier as a noob lol I miss those days.

Slow it down, and do basic patterns till your muscles get the message...

mute mute open, mute mute open, mute mute open, mute mute open, and so on.
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#5
You guys think MOP is hard, try something like Into the Pit (Testament).
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#6
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You guys think MOP is hard, try something like Into the Pit (Testament).

Well, was he talking about how hard the song is? He just wondered how he could build up his stamina.