#1
Okay, I've been playing for going on six years. I spent alot of time developing my tremolo picking and playing fast licks. I recently went back and started working on playing slowly with a metronome to help with my accuracy and I've noticed that I'm fine up until about sixteenth notes at 125 and then I get all tense and it falls apart. The odd thing is, I can play the same licks at 160+ without strain. I was really confused at this and I realized that my picking technique is different at different speeds. Once I push over about 150 it changes and I'm able to play the licks. Now, what I need to know is how I can make my picking technique consistant at all speeds. I understand the concept of just slowing down my tremolo but I just switch to how I pick slowly when I try that. Any help you guys can give me I would really appericiate. Thanks in advance!
#2
You could try setting your metronome up at speeds higher then 160bpm and then rather then move the metronome up move it down and work to those lower speeds.
#3
ur technique should be the same when playing fast and slow and the most hard part of the scenario is when u play fast then slow it down so u should start at a high speed with the drum machine or the metronome then lower it down and u will see that things r easier.
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