#1
Evertime i am sweeping on more then three strings, it seems my fingers move faster then my pick, sometimes vise versa, but when i speed up one hand to match the other, the other one speeds up even more, im really getting annoyed with this. any ideas to help?
#2
unfortunately, the only thing you can do (and the only thing people will tell you) is to practice, and start slow, and speed up, until they're synchronized at every speed
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#3
I'll tell you what everyone else is going to tell you. Start slow homeboy.

EDIT:Told you^
I'm Tyler
#4
Start real slow.. as slow as you need to get them in sync. And practicing with a metronome helps alot. Good luck
#5
guitarsftw's sig is true.

Seriously, there's no easy way to go about it. Start slow, and practice for a long, long time. Once you get over the first hump, it gets easier.
#6
^exactly... and well metronoming helps too, start at a pretty slow comfortable speed. Play at that speed for a few mins. and then speed it up a little, then slow it down a little... but before you speed up or slow down.. make sure you have it all entirely clean... go like this for a bit.. n you'll get it down soon enough
#7
well when it comes to the metronome, i have a hard time matching the notes with the beat. lets jus say this for example, when i use three string sweeps, i have no problem matching with the metronome, going up and down twice in one measure, but with foru string or five string sweeps, then i i cant really hit my root notes of the sweeps at the right time and dont know how many times to sweep per measure. that make sense?
#8
sweep in odd orders (triplets, 5s, 7s)
start on a different note
strengthen your fingers and wrists
improve your technique
play the guitar backward (facing you), not possible to fret, but learn to pick