#1
Can anybody recommend me a excersice/lesson for Tremelo picking on a classical/flamenco guitar?
WITHOUT A PICK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#2
Umm... Try playing a note like you would on a bass but with two fingers super fast. Or maybe follow a scale but tremolo pick the notes. Hope this helps
Gear!
Jackson RR3 with EMGs!
B.C. Rich KKV
Yamaha F-310 Acoustic

Digitech Bad Monkey.

Peavey Valveking 112
#3
Classical/Flamenco tremelo is hard... really hard

Its ima, ima, ima, ima......... really fast.

Frankly, just practice that pattern until you get it right hehe.


........ if you meant alternate picking, its im, im


This is using pima notation.... kinda
#4
There's a difference between flamenco and classical tremolo.


Classical is four sixteenth notes: p a m i

Flamenco is generally quintuplets: p i a m i


Big difference.
#5
maybe work your way up to the flamenco.
start with alternating the p and m, p on string six and m on string one.
next pmi
then pami
finally the piami

this could all take years to perfect...I've been working on it for what seems like forever and it still isn't where I want it to be.

good luck!
#6
hehe sorry, put down the pattern backwards :p

But yeah, Confusius and Kelly are right, the patterns are different, I just grouped them together because the a m i pattern is easier (IMO), so you should start with that.