How’s it going, guys? My name is John McClennan and
I’m here with guitarcontrol.com, excited to bring
you this video lesson. What I want to show you right
now is a tremolo exercise that you can use just to
kind of warm-up your right hand and something cool
that I like to do. It’s not that hard.
We’re just using all open strings here and what we’re
going to do is we’re going to try and relax our arm.
You can’t be tense and you’ve got to use the tip of
your pick. We’re just going to go like this… And
we’re just going to go to each string like that
and you’re just going to go back and forth using
your thumb. Don’t use your whole hand and try
and go like this. You’ve got to just…
What you want to do is you want to keep it
pianissimo for the first time, so just real light.
Repeat that a few times. Then you’re going to
bump it up to forte, so that’s going to be loud.
Then you’re going to bring it back down to just
playing level. One more time, playing level.
Just something that I like to do to just kind
of loosen me up a little bit.
Click the link below so you can see the tab
for that and check out this tremolo exercise.
Thanks for watching and we’ll see you next time.