#1
I've always tried to learn Maiden solos or Sabbath solos, but the part where they trill always get me. How do they trill so fast? I can almost do it with my index and middle fingers, but the other not so much.

So I ask you UG, what can I do to help my trilling?

Thanks.
Bands to see before I die:
Iron Maiden
Foo Fighters
Megadeth
Reel Big Fish
Rush
Streetlight Manifesto

Gear:
Epi LP Standard
Washburn Strat
Line 6 Spider (Yes, I know it's bad)

GAS:
Ibanez RG3570Z
Digitech Whammy
#2
Practice? And practice doing it with your ring finger, too. I'm actually a lot faster doing it with my ring finger than my middle finger.
#3
You gotta strengthen your fingers. Practice. I'm afraid there's no way round it.

Remember to hit the string pretty hard.

Practice all finger combinations on each string. Try this:

G|---2--5--2--4--2--5--2--4--2---
With hammer-ons and pulloffs.
#4
Quote by sashki
You gotta strengthen your fingers. Practice. I'm afraid there's no way round it.

Remember to hit the string pretty hard.

Practice all finger combinations on each string. Try this:

G|---2--5--2--4--2--5--2--4--2---
With hammer-ons and pulloffs.

Yeah, I know I had to practice. I was just wondering if you guys had any exercises for me to practice. Though I must say, I should practice trilling more.
Bands to see before I die:
Iron Maiden
Foo Fighters
Megadeth
Reel Big Fish
Rush
Streetlight Manifesto

Gear:
Epi LP Standard
Washburn Strat
Line 6 Spider (Yes, I know it's bad)

GAS:
Ibanez RG3570Z
Digitech Whammy
#6
Going back and forth between two different notes quickly
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#7
A trill is a (usually) a rapid change between two notes. The best example I can think off the top of my head is, The Trooper by Iron Maiden. The second solo is full of trills.