#2
I am not sure what you are talking about...but what Im guessing is that you simply pick three times while palm muting...
#4
You mean like the second riff in Raining Blood? Just constant down-up-down for each set of 3
#6
its just practice, find riffs that use that technique, like raining blood as previously said and play them until theyre perfect. it helps if you can play the riff without the mute first then add the mute when its all clean.
#7
downstroke, upstroke, downstroke, no-stroke (up)
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#8
First of all, you've already created this thread twice before. Stop please.

Second of all, what is "triple picking"? Do you mean picking quick triplets? It's not that hard, just keep your palm down and pick like you normally would...

I have a feeling you're doing straight down picks. Learn to alternate pick. Start slowly and build your speed gradually.

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First of all, you've already created this thread twice before. Stop please.

Second of all, what is "triple picking"? Do you mean picking quick triplets? It's not that hard, just keep your palm down and pick like you normally would...

I have a feeling you're doing straight down picks. Learn to alternate pick. Start slowly and build your speed gradually.

Learn2YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUnWMjjNgtM&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3e17A2cuuQ


actually i have learned to alternate pick while palm muteing
#10
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actually i have learned to alternate pick while palm muteing


Ok, then can you be more specific about the difficulties you're having? It's hard for everyone to help you if you use terms like "triple picking" and you don't tell us exactly what you're having trouble with. Can you also provide a link showing the technique you're talking about?
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#11
don't call me retarded but i don't know how to make a link

just look up christian olde wolbers emg 81-7x on youtube
#12
You just copy and paste the URL.......

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBWmzEObxTU

I still don't get what "triple picking" is. Are you talking about the quickly picked notes around 20sec into the video?
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#15
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This.

If you've "learned" alternate picking while palm muting, then you should be having no problems with this. I don't see what the problem is. You're not giving us any info on what you need help with.
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#17
i forgot to mention that i learned and got the hang of alternate picking and palm muteing around the middlie of last month
#18
Ok, well then there's not much anyone here can really do for you. It's all about practice. Gaining speed takes time and patience. The most important thing to remember is that it's all about ACCURACY. Picking accuracy leads to picking speed. So practice picking these fast passages at relatively low speeds (maybe 50% of the speed it's at now) until you can nail them forwards, backwards, with your eyes closed, etc. Then increase the speed a bit. The hard part with these passages is getting your right hand and left hand synchronized, which is where accuracy comes from. Gradually you'll get faster and faster. These guys didn't just pick up a guitar and find some magical secret to shredding. It's all about practice.
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#19
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UED6b2FMG0&feature=related
actually watch this video fully he says in there at about 0:57


That's a reverse gallop, made up of two 16th notes and an 8th, pick it by keeping your hand moving in a constant 16th note rhythm and picking on the first three notes in a DUD pattern, use the last 16th to move your hand back to the ready position for the next downstroke.

Start slow and build up to the tempo you want, it'll take a lot of time if you're not used to it so for god's sake don't push it; make sure you stay relaxed at all times.
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#20
^This.

It's not triplets, it's galloping. Or in the video, reverse galloping.

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#21
The question is more interesting with Paul Gilbert's work like technical difficulties or Screamin' Blues O'Mania, the Gargoyle... that's really harder than some fast metal riff on E and A string... the dynamic part of Intense Rock II is really efficient, if you can do that, Raining blood's riff will become a newbie stuff !
From 5:14 to the end

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxrdz8JBa1c

That's really serious
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The question is more interesting with Paul Gilbert's work like technical difficulties or Screamin' Blues O'Mania, the Gargoyle... that's really harder than some fast metal riff on E and A string... the dynamic part of Intense Rock II is really efficient, if you can do that, Raining blood's riff will become a newbie stuff !
From 5:14 to the end

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxrdz8JBa1c

That's really serious


Wow, that's exactly NOT what was in question here!

I would say that being able to shred like a bastard doesn't mean that you can automatically play anything that isn't shred, especially with downpicking, it takes a whole different kind of endurance to standard alternate picking.
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#23
Don't see any offenses that was just a question enlargement, my AIM wasn't to help you at all... the answer of your question is work work and work with a metronome slow and faster day after day, a usual answer for a usual question ! and find your correct hand position with PM. Whatever you think about it, I maintain, you play that you can own metals riffs like Raining Blood's one (alternate he is by the way http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sb-DTrMG4vs). That's not so different because it's pick wrist, arm, nerves, relaxed works !
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#24
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Whatever you think about it, I maintain, you play that you can own metals riffs like Raining Blood's one (alternate he is by the way http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sb-DTrMG4vs). That's not so different because it's pick wrist, arm, nerves, relaxed works !


I'm aware of the riff you were talking about, I can play the whole song. Also being someone who's interested in shred and metal I can say with more or less complete confidence they take different things to play because I've been there and done that. I could shred at a considerably higher speed than that riff before I learned it and I can tell you now it took some time, practice and stamina building to be able to play that riff comfortably.
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