#1
I'm struggling with this riff from the song Six by All That Remains...

It goes as follows:



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It's played as sixteenth notes at 196 BPM. I know I can't play it that fast yet, but I want to know if you guys would use pure alternate picking, or semi alternate. As in, when go from the D3 down to the D2, would you pick the A string with an upstroke and then keep going or just a DUDU for everything?
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Last edited by sg-rocker173 at Dec 9, 2007,
#3
I would use pure alternate, but I use UDUD just because I like to start with an upstroke for some reason.
#4
turn your pick sideways and it'll go over the string faster, and then use alternating.
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