#1
is there a metronome that goes faster than 210bpm?

there must be but i am struggling to find one.

if you could suggest one for me that'd be great.

or is it wrong for guitarists to go past this speed limit.

thanks.
#2
shouldnt need one. if your going faster then that just play double time per click. for example if you do that you can make 200bpm = 400bpm
#5
Quote by Liger02
How can I do that?


Assume the general case of 4/4 time. That means there's 4 beats to a measure
and a 1/4 note gets 1 beat. That means playing a note on each click of the
metronome is a 1/4 note.

But, there's WAY more than 1/4 notes to music!

1/8 notes is 2 notes per click
1/8 note triplets is 3 notes per click
1/16 notes are 4 notes per click


Those are just *some* of the most common. There many other ways of
subdividing a beat (click).
#6
Quote by DieGarbageMan
is there a metronome that goes faster than 210bpm?

there must be but i am struggling to find one.

if you could suggest one for me that'd be great.

or is it wrong for guitarists to go past this speed limit.

thanks.



sure I know of one..... I also have an amp that goes to 11 for sale if you want it.


but seriously, those guys are right. The reason you dont find a metronome that goes past 210 is because there is no need for one.

If you can play 16th notes at 210 (which is quite hard btw, especially if your playing something musical)......... then just slow it down and try 32nd notes.
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Last edited by GuitarMunky at Apr 10, 2008,
#7
I bought a Roland Dr. Beat Metronome (DB30) recently that goes up to 250. I haven't needed that. You can set it to play 16th notes, so you could just pretend they are quarter notes if you are really nuts I guess. It has a headphone output too, which I like. It was $40.
#8
Guitar Pro has one that goes up to 300, if you want to be REALLY crazy. Or you could just play at 105 and stick two notes in the space of one like the guys above me have said.
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