Tremolo practice

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Tremolo practice

Postby lennarton » Sat Mar 17, 2012 1:14 pm

Hi
Please give me some nice advices how to pratice tremolo
Thanks

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Tremolo practice

Postby Kristian Nøhr » Sat Mar 17, 2012 2:49 pm

Slow at first. Go faster gradually?

Try practice on different rhythms like

Pur-ple-pur-ple
and
Coo-kie-coo-kie

Do one string tremolo

Try as staccato as possible
Try as legato as possible.

Practice accelerando and de-accelerando.....

And next time try to use forum search funktion before posting ;-)

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Re: Tremolo practice

Postby Vlad Kosulin » Sun Mar 18, 2012 1:07 am

The best advise I can give is to read the series of four tips on tremolo by Douglas Niedt at his web site.
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Re: Tremolo practice

Postby lennarton » Sun Apr 08, 2012 5:11 pm

Kristian Nøhr wrote:Slow at first. Go faster gradually?

Try practice on different rhythms like

Pur-ple-pur-ple
and
Coo-kie-coo-kie

Do one string tremolo

Try as staccato as possible
Try as legato as possible.

Practice accelerando and de-accelerando.....

Thanks - great
And next time try to use forum search funktion before posting ;-)

Best regards
Kristian
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