#1
if someone stops practicing with a metronome after they can alternate pick 16th notes at 200 bpm... will their speed go down even if they are still playing with that speed during solos and not using a metronome?
#2
speed, no. accuracy, yes.
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if someone stops practicing with a metronome after they can alternate pick 16th notes at 200 bpm... will their speed go down even if they are still playing with that speed during solos and not using a metronome?


speed won't go down, accuracy will generally decline at a exponential rate relative to how long you've been practicing with the metronome (the longer you've practiced with it the longer your accuracy will stay at its peak generally) i still bust out the metronome 3 or 4 times a month and play to it so i can keep in relatively good time, when i started playing with one (12 years ago now?) it was everytime i played for about a year, took a break for a month or 2 and then on for about another year.
#6
Quote by guitarmageddon0
if someone stops practicing with a metronome after they can alternate pick 16th notes at 200 bpm... will their speed go down even if they are still playing with that speed during solos and not using a metronome?


LOL. I'm sorry, but you just don't seem to understand what a metronome is FOR.
#7
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LOL. I'm sorry, but you just don't seem to understand what a metronome is FOR.


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