#1
How Matt's solo in Say Goodnight is slow but yet fast at the same time? I really want to learn this song, an I have the song book for Scream Aim Fire. So I know what to play, but I just don't get how it sound's slow but yet it's fast.
#2
Explain to me...what the heck you're talking about. Your statement doesn't make sense.
#4
I think it's just a good example of legato. Sounds likehe's emphasizing notes when changing notes and making the other notes flow nicely afterwards. Could be wrong. Haven't looked at a score or anything, but that's how it sounds to me.
#5
What I mean is when I try an play it it's slow, but just listening to it it sound's fast. So what do I set my metronome to then( click's an bpm ).
Last edited by Austin174 at Mar 27, 2011,
#6
Quote by rhys digby
I think it's just a good example of legato. Sounds likehe's emphasizing notes when changing notes and making the other notes flow nicely afterwards. Could be wrong. Haven't looked at a score or anything, but that's how it sounds to me.


You lost me for a few second's lol, but I think I know what you mean.
#7
Quote by Austin174
What I mean is when I try an play it it's slow, but just listening to it it sound's fast. So what do I set my metronome to then( click's an bpm ).


The book shows you what tempo to play it at...
#9
No. The tempo of the song is 114, set your metronome to that. Make sure it's set to 4/4 time.
#10
Alright thank you. I just tried playing twice, once with alt pick an second just like a sweep/up pick, an I did alot better with the sweep/up pick. Does that have to do with my technique? Because my alt pick is alot better then my down pick.