#1
The video is located here: http://youtube.com/watch?v=5ScVCt_DRZk

This is apparently a pretty basic technique and I just want to clarify this to make sure I understand. What he is saying is it is good to start with two or even four strums/picks per note in order to synchronize both hands in time? Like once you become really fluent with two picks you can move on to one pick to play it faster? I'd appreciate any help on this very very much!!! I don't want to continue practicing this until I am 100% sure on what I am doing so I can fully concentrate. Thanks a lot everyone!!!
#3
just do a steady tremolo rhythm
but instead of going as fast as you can he wants you to start slow and make sure both your left and right hand move in unison
so start tremolo picking by hitting the note 4 times per note, then when your comfortable move to 2 times, and then 1

you start slow so you timing is perfect
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#5
the rhythm is you alternate picking, the timing distance between your up and down strokes

so like 4/4 is 1 2 3 4
so u downstroke on 1 upstroke on 2 downstroke on 3 upstroke on 4
just turn your metronome on and listen to it thats the rhythm

tremolo picking is just really fast alternate picking on one string
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