I noticed that there is no tremolo falseta in the ultimate beginner's guide to flamenco. My teacher showed me this beginner tremolo falseta for solea, and I thought that I would share it here. Now I don't know how to share the tab so I will break up the compas into phrases. For the remate (beats 10, 11, 12) play however you like. The entire falseta is 16th notes, with the melody on the down beat of each beat (so count 1 e + a, 2 e + a, 3 e + a... with the melody notes on the numbers and the tremolo on the "e + a")
Beat 1 -- open A string, tremolo on high E string 5th fret
Beat 2 -- A string 3rd fret, tremolo on high E string 5th fret
Beat 3 -- D string 3rd fret, tremolo on high E string 5th fret
Beat 4 -- open low E, tremolo on high E string 4th fret
Beat 5 -- D string 2nd fret, tremolo on high string E 4th fret
Beat 6 -- G string 1st fret, tremolo on high E string 4th fret
Repeat the above 6 beats for the first compas of the falseta. For beats 1,2 and 3, you can bar the 3rd fret after playing the open A string. For beats 4, 5 and 6, notice you are playing an E chord in the melody.
Beat 1 -- Low E, 3rd fret
Beat 2 -- A string, 2nd fret
Beat 3 -- D string, 3rd fret
Tremolo on 1st fret of high E string for each beat. (notice this is a G7 chord)
Beat 4 -- A string, 3rd fret
Beat 5 -- D string, 2nd fret
Beat 6 -- Open G string
Tremolo on the open high E string for each beat. (notice this is a C chord)
Beat 7 -- D string, 3rd fret
Beat 8 -- open D string
Beat 9 -- A string, 2nd fret
Tremolo on high E string, 1st fret.
Finally, for beats 10, 11 and 12, play your remate. And that's it! Let me know if there is any confusion.