#1
What is the best way to practice with a metronome with sweeps? Like a triplet for each beat...at 80 bpm, then 100 bpm, 120, etc and THEN six-tuplets at 80 bpm, etc ?


And also...I am just beginning sweeping, I can do basic 3 string Major arpeggios...but I cant do ones where I have to roll my finger to hit the same fret number on another string...especially when sweeping upwards? I usually end up finger rolling on the way down and doing some weird fingering position to fret the same number frets on the way up so the downward motion and upward arent parallel which prob isnt good?

Anyone have any tips or links that could help?

Thankyou
#2
The best way to practice is using the same rhythmic division as the idea you're working on.

And if you're talking about rolling you probably already know what it is and what you have to do, beyond that it's just practice. There's no easy way of getting around it, you just need to do it slowly and right enough times.
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#3
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The best way to practice is using the same rhythmic division as the idea you're working on.

And if you're talking about rolling you probably already know what it is and what you have to do, beyond that it's just practice. There's no easy way of getting around it, you just need to do it slowly and right enough times.


it just feels like an upward roll isnt even possible
#4
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it just feels like an upward roll isnt even possible


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