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sweep + metronome = ?

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BodomBeachTerror  
27 Aug 2008 00:32 | Quote
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how should i use a metronome for sweeping? should i do 3 notes a beat? or the full arpeggio per beat? help me out here =p
Veqq  
27 Aug 2008 02:34 | Quote
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It depends on what your doing.

Most shredders like to do 3 string sweeps as 2 16th triplet groups with the 7th note either leading into a different sweep or being an 8th/4th.

For longer sweeps they generally like to keep them 16th notes.
telecrater  
27 Aug 2008 06:36 | Quote
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Start out doing the one note per beat then move on to quarter and then 16th notes.

I have the motions down a fairly slow speed on 3 and 4 note arpeggios. I have a tough time with 2 string, and 5 and 6 string
baudelaire  
27 Aug 2008 06:58 | Quote
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do you understand how time signatures and tempos work?
BodomBeachTerror  
27 Aug 2008 14:24 | Quote
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i already have speed on three string, i need it more for 5 string with the 2nd note on the last string

and no, i have no theory training wutso ever =p
baudelaire  
27 Aug 2008 15:22 | Quote
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alright then, my personal favorite method is to simply do 8th notes in 4/4 time at whatever tempo is necessary. that means 2 notes per beat. a note on the beat, and in between the beat. adjust the tempo accordingly. but whatever works for you, works. as long as you stay in tempo, whatever.

but i would suggest you study theory if you plan on being a serious musician. elie siegmeisters harmony and melody volume I should cover all the basics, you could find it darned cheap on amazon.


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