#1
How do guitar players verify how many notes they can play per second?
you know-- the ones where you hear about them playing a certain amount of notes
per second blazingly fast. do they record it and then play it back at slower speeds
and count every note?
#3
Actually, use a metronome and set it to 60 (click per second) and see how fast you can play your fastest link, how many clicks it took, and divide.
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#5
Oh, but make sure the lick is even notes (may just wanna use a scale), and that you're alternate picking, this is how it's typically verified
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#7
there is a device that can count how many notes you can play in one minute it hooks up to your guitar like an amp and every pulse that comes through the chord is counted
#8
music as you know is time based. And thus guitarists cant just have random numbers as the notes they play. So for example if they are play 16th notes (4 notes per beat) then you take the amount of measures that the they are playing 16th notes and multiply by 16. However 3/4 and 6/8 time also will have different amount of notes.
#9
Quote by newguitars08
How do guitar players verify how many notes they can play per second?
you know-- the ones where you hear about them playing a certain amount of notes
per second blazingly fast. do they record it and then play it back at slower speeds
and count every note?


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