#1
Quick question...how do you play a riff like this...

e|-----------------------------------------
b|-----------------------------------------
g|----------------------------------------
d|--5-----------------------------------
a|--5------------------------------------
E|--3---00----------------------------
e ss

its in2/4 time just to simplify but how do you play two sixteenths in a beat instead of four?
#7
Idont know what tab it was but I seen it before and I have been trying to figure out how to accurately play it.lets say its at 192 bpm.
#8
Is it a song?

Anyways, I was wrong in my post above, there would only be two sixteenths if the power chord in an eighth.

I would count it like this:


5--
5--
3--00
____
1e&a


Sorry that's crowded. The powerchord gets "1-e-&" and the first 0 gets "&" and the second 0 gets "a". That is the first beat seperated into sixteenths.


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Sorry I didn't really know how to explain that well.
#9
alright this out out of stetinas speed mechanics

e|------------------------------
b|-----------------------
g|-------------------------
d|------------67976--------------
a|-------578--------8-75---------
e|--578---------------------------
sss sss ssssss ss
in 4/4 time at a fast pace
#11
alright this out out of stetinas speed mechanics

e|------------------------------
b|-----------------------
g|-------------------------
d|------------67976--------------
a|-------578--------8-75---------
e|--578---------------------------
sss sss ssssss ss
in 4/4 time at a fast pace no its 4 beats with 4 notes per beat for the first 3 beats then the final beat has 2 sixteenths instead of 4
#14
well....play the chord and just get your index out of the way and play the 2 other notes alternate picking

if its really fast just upstroke the chord and fall down picking the 00
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#15
Quote by RCalisto
this thread isnt making any sense to me :S


It's really stupid and nobody knows what the hell they're talking about.

Metal Society:

That's 14 sixteenths. That does not equal 4 beats in 4/4 time. That's 3.5 beats. Don't say "fast pace", give us a damn BPM.
#16
I did just read my posts its 192 bpm and I think that it is actually in 9/8 0r 5/8 I cant remember
#17
The whole eighth note followed by two sixteenth notes... Listen to just about any song by Iron Maiden. I'm sure you've heard the Trooper, and that bassline is a perfect example of an eighth and two sixteenths. It almost sounds like triplets, but it's simply three quick notes played in succession over a 4/4 rhythm.
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