#1
hi guys,

over the past few days i've been trying to learn This Calling by All That Remains, it's coming on quite well and i might record a cover if i can get it down...

Anyway, i'm having truble with this bit, in the main riff.

D|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
F|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
C|-9--------------------------10--7--9-----------------2--4-------7-|
G|-7---------------------------7--7--7------------------3--5-------5-|
D|---00-0-00-0-00-0-00-0-00-0-----------0000-0----0000--------0-0----|
........................ ...... .... ...

Its the triplets on the D string, so far i've been trying to start each set of three with a downstroke, but i was wondering if i could do alternatley, like


dud udu dud udu

thanks!
#2
These are not triplets, it's just a picking pattern. I have no idea if you can do it alternately, if its possible and better for you do it, but a normal way to play it is to start with a downstroke.
#3
Theyre just 3 16th notes followed by a 16th rest. I suppose it's more economical to alternate the starting strokes, but starting them all with downstrokes is fine because you have that rest to get back into position.
#4
Yeah. Those aren't triplets. It's called galloping, and you definitely want to start them all on a downstroke.
#5
I read the title and my immediate thought was "take a friend, otherwise you're outnumbered 3-1"
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