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With 6 notes and 5 fingers, you obviously need one hand position change in each sextuplet. Work systematically through every possibility of where to use your thumb in the middle of each group, then find the best way to finger the other notes around that thumb position. The "best" fingering for you will depend on the size of your hand and your playing ...


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this is actually a problem that comes up a TON in sweep picking. players are supposed to play 2 sometimes 3 adjacent notes across different strings in rapid succession while still sounding smooth and clean. the secret is in the first knuckle of your finger (the one near the tip). let it collapse in the opposite direction it usually bends (be careful if ...


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You would barre the fret with one finger. Using two fingers limits your movement to the other positions. You can mute with the picking hand if you are getting unwanted noise.


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Why don't you just use one finger for that fret? For instance, in the first line of your tab, use your first finger as a barre on the 12th fret, and play the 15th and 14th frets using your 3rd or 4th finger. That's what I would do. But using a barre, it would be more difficult to mute one note when you play the next one. If you want to mute it, it would be ...


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If the 2 strings are next to each other, I use the index and middle finger. If they are not I use the index and the ring finger or pinky. Now for the picking hand, if you are in the second case (strings not next to each other, you will need to practice some string skipping excersices). Also for clean playing, you will need to mute the other stings with the ...



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