#1
Is Sixteenth-note Sextuplets at 140 bpm fast? I saw a lick from Michael Amott and I saw that it was 16th notes at 140 and I thought, thats not that fast really. I dont know much about sextuplets or anything like that, how does it make 16th notes different?
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#2
for every 16th note, six notes are being played. actually it can be broken down differently. that could mean a few different things depending on the duration the sextuplet was over.
#3
Quote by alaub1491
for every 16th note, six notes are being played. actually it can be broken down differently. that could mean a few different things depending on the duration the sextuplet was over.


I believe it was a couple of sextuplets stringed together. It is from the Total Guitar magazine with him, alexi laiho, and mark tremonti on it. I think its the latest issue.
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#5
It's like regular 16th played by 210bpm.
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#6
well i have been playing about a year and a half, so thats pretty fast for me!
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