#1
I have a serious problem: I can't seem to relax my right arm and/or wrist and/or hand. Lately I have been playing a lot of non-metal music, mainly kind of laid back stuff, nothing too difficult. However, the past few weeks I have been coming back to metal, but when I'm playing Master of Puppets I can't do it! I can't play all-down-stroke anymore. Any help on how I can get that back, please?
#2
I had that same problem, but I just sort of kept playing and it got better, I also have problems becuase I tighten up my right shoulder when I shred, I realy isnt good. This is a kind of "tension", its your body telling you your not comfortable playing this!. When you play you want to limit or eliminate any tension in youre playing.
#3
Make sure that you strech your muscles first. Do some exercises before playing. And yeah , just practise , i bet that you'll be playing it fast in no time.
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#4
this might sound demanding... but you could either stop playing for a day or two, relax, and move your hand around. or just keep playing like he said and do alot of rhythm palm muting on the low e string with occasionally chords. thatll eventually help you get back in the groove. i dont know if that helped or not but good luck!