## How fast can you play 16th notes?

For example, to convert a sixteenth -note triplet phrase to straight sixteenths, simply multiply your metronome marking by 1.5. A sixteenth note triplet phrase at a tempo of 120 beats per minute is equivalent in picking speed to a sixteenth -note phrase at 180 beats per minute (120 * 1.5 = 180).

## How fast is a 32nd note?

In music, a thirty-second note (American) or demisemiquaver (British) is a note played for 1⁄32 of the duration of a whole note (or semibreve). It lasts half as long as a sixteenth note (or semiquaver) and twice as long as a sixty-fourth (or hemidemisemiquaver).

## How many beats does a 16th note get?

A sixteenth note gets one-fourth of a beat, which means four sixteenth notes will make up one beat. They have a filled-in note head, a stem, and two flags.

## What do half rest look like?

A half (minim) rest is drawn as a filled-in rectangle sitting on top of the middle line of the musical staff. It looks like a hat. It looks similar to a whole rest, but the difference is that it sits above the third line while the whole rest hangs from the fourth line.

## What BPM is considered shredding?

The definition of shred is playing at a fast tempo. 10 nps is considered pretty quick. If you can play 15, that’s better. The really fast stuff is around 15-17 nps and the stupid fast stuff is 18-20 and faster.

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## What BPM is fast guitar?

From what we gathered it looks like ~180 BPM (16th notes) is about average as maximum speed for those who participated.