#1
how would i go about playing this any excersises to build up strength and play it to speed mainly having trouble getting the pinky to get to the 16quick enough?


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Bugera 6262-212
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#2
Do you use a metronome? play it slow enough to where you can't make any mistakes and work your way up. that way your speed and accuracy will improve
#3
nah dont use metronome not enirely sure how they keep you in time do i play a note every time it ticks??
Gear:
ESP ltd MH-1000
Jackson DK2T
Bugera 6262-212
Roland Cube 30X


I Was at Download 07/08/09/10 Because I'm not a Cheap Bastard and I'm Damn Proud!
#5
Quote by Syn_66
nah dont use metronome not enirely sure how they keep you in time do i play a note every time it ticks??


Check out metronomeonline to get started. For basic metronomes, playing one note per click is quarter notes, 2 notes per click is eighth notes, 4 per click is sixteenth notes. The example you have in the first post is eighth note triplets, so that would be 3 notes per click. boss makes nice metronomes that subdivide beats like I listed above and more, so I'd recommend picking one or at least something similar up.
#6
you can also slow down. Sometimes when we have a difficult time
playing something fast..its because we have problems in our form.
If you want a metronome thats great..but if you dont have access
to one...play the exercise very slowly and gradually build up your
speed until you find out exactly where your problems develop.
Stay at that tempo until you are playing clean..then step up to
a faster pace. A year from now..you will wonder how you ever found
this to be difficult.
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