#1
So, my metronome maxes out at 250 BPM. After doing research, I noticed like nearly every metronome maxes out at around 250. So what happens if you need to practice at more than 250 bpm? I'm practicing Technical Difficulties by Racer X and the intro goes faster than that.

Thanks for any help
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Quote by trutrojan8
So, my metronome maxes out at 250 BPM. After doing research, I noticed like nearly every metronome maxes out at around 250. So what happens if you need to practice at more than 250 bpm? I'm practicing Technical Difficulties by Racer X and the intro goes faster than that.

Thanks for any help


Play in a different beat division. Say you're playing in 16ths at 250 start practicing in 32nds at 125 and keep moving up again.
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Play in a different beat division. Say you're playing in 16ths at 250 start practicing in 32nds at 125 and keep moving up again.

The only other beat divisions it has are 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 3/8, and 6/8.
Gear:
Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash
Bugera 333XL 212
Dunlop Original Cry Baby >> Korg Pitchblack Tuner >> MXR Carbon Copy >> Boss DS-1