#1
So my teacher suggested using a click track to increase speed, so i was wondering if it's like a few notes between the beeps or is it the notes within a bar played between clicks
#3
If you're speed training, I would play on the beat, and steadily increase the tempo.

Except, I don't use a metronome, I use Guitar Pro's speed trainer function. Very helpful when learning solos and stuff.
#4
Its your choice.

You can set the metronome or drum/click track to play and then play a note on every beat or 2,3,4 or whatever number of notes you like in between the beat, its entirely up to you.

Ask your teacher which way he wants you to learn.
#5
Quote by Steven E
So my teacher suggested using a click track to increase speed, so i was wondering if it's like a few notes between the beeps or is it the notes within a bar played between clicks

A click track will not help you increase speed so just keep that in mind, indeed nothing actually helps you increase "speed" because speed is an abstract, it's the result of your skill, not a skill in itself. What a click track will do is help you to play in time and improve your accuracy - as this and other things improve you will gradually be able to play faster...it's a small distinction, but it's an important one.
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