#2
'Tempo' only goes up to 400 but you can set it to eighths notes.
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#3
My question would be why you need a metronome that goes that fast?  I'm not saying you don't, I just think it's possible that you're thinking about things slightly wrongly.
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#5
Tune the low string of a bass down to the Ab an octave below Ab0 and you'll have about 13Hz, which is just a little faster than 800 BPM (13.333Hz).
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#6
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What song are you trying to learn? What are you trying to do with the metronome?
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MaggaraMarine trying  do that insane diminished lick he did in his reh outside sound at almost exactly his speed. 

This video?



You don't need the metronome to click on every note you play. I remember your "notes per second" thread, and sure, 800 bpm is 13 beats per second, but that doesn't mean that if you want to play at 13 notes per second, you need to set your metronome at 800 bpm.

His licks are mostly 16th triplets, so you may want the metronome to click on every six notes, or maybe every three notes in a slower tempo. But setting the metronome at 800 bpm is not even going to be any helpful because it's just going to sound like a machine gun. Hearing a pulse from a metronome clicking that frequently is basically impossible. And that's the job of a metronome - to give you a pulse. So setting it at ridiculous speeds doesn't even make any sense.
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#9
This is what an 800bpm click sounds like:



Good luck actually tracking that. It's not really useful to have a metronome where it taps along what you're playing note for note, otherwise anything with fast tremolo picking would sound like above, and you wouldn't be able to keep time with that in the least. 

Here's a 400bpm metronome sounds like:



Still fast for tracking, but would be at least be somewhat usable.
#10
That video didn't contain any metronome clicks at all, let alone an 800bpm click. You need to learn about the concept of note values and the basics of rhythm. Rhythm is not measured in terms of actual time.