Alternate Picking 16th Triplets
Quattroste
Mar 26 2008, 03:32 PM
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Hi All,

I am currently doing the Beginner Solo in D lesson and I have the first part OK but once I get to the Alternate picking 16th triplets I just can't move my fingers fast enough.

How do you get your fingers to move this fast. Is there an exercise? I have been using a metronome but at this rate it'll be 2010 before I can manage the necessary speed. One other thing is that I am 37 so am I trying to do this at a bit of a late stage in life?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

QS.

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