#1
This thread is about how to achieve it.

I've been playing for four years now and I can hold my own with some pretty technical stuff. However, one thing that still eludes me is consistent, accurate tremolo picking. It seems once I get past a certain speed my forearm just takes control of my wrist, and it tires very quickly. I know this isn't an efficient method of getting what I want done, so I want to see if you guys can help me out (or anyone else that needs helping.)

Any ideas on pick holding/positions, roles of the finger and wrist, etc.?
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Peavey Valve King 112 (w/ Eminence Texas Heat)
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Elixir .010-.052
#2
i kinda just rotate my hand a fraction of an inch back n forth at the wrist its the most accurate way i can do it and it isn't over kill on my arm cause i no what your talking about man and it anyone who can build up that endurance needs to jack it a little bit less i think
also get as close to the tip of the pick without causing harmonics lol... but that works for me. just experiment
Keep On Keepen' On
Last edited by JessyB96 at Dec 29, 2008,
#4
Sweet, thanks for the tips, guys. I'll get practicing.
Epiphone Dot Studio
Peavey Valve King 112 (w/ Eminence Texas Heat)
Digitech Hot Head
Dunlop Cry Baby GCB-95
Elixir .010-.052