#1
I have a problem with trills. When I hit the second note. It's never as loud as the first note. How can I keep it going forever with the volume the same? It keeps getting quieter. And I am tapping the strings as hard as I can.
#2
um...maybe a compression/sustainer pedal?

Besides that, I don't think there's anything you can do.
#3
strum every now and again to fix it, cause trills arent meant to go for that long so a strum would bring back the tone and volume of it
#4
Quote by F8iscruel
strum every now and again to fix it, cause trills arent meant to go for that long so a strum would bring back the tone and volume of it


So that would mean it's completely normal for it to get successively quieter? Glad to hear that, I've been having the same trouble.

Off topic- is that Zangetsu in your avatar?
#5
Just make sure you pull off instead of just hammering. Its possible and not too hard to sustain volume.
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Ibanez RGR521EX1
Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-500R
Roland Cube
Spider II 30
-Crybaby GCB-95
-SansAmp GT2
-Boss DS-1, RC-2
#8
You can trill forever. All you have to do is good pull-offs(more like flick offs, which you should keep in mind) and strong hammer-ons. You don't need a compression pedal but it might help until your fingers get a little stronger.