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I'm not entirely sure I understand your problem, your fingernails look fine to me. In my experience with vibrato, when you use a wrist motion, your finger will oscilate more than it would with a forearm motion. Try to make sure you never go higher than the pitch you intend - only lower. I don't know if I expressed myself clearly, it's one of those things ...


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I would like someone to help with a run down of everything they do when they practice, step by step. Uh, that's a bit like saying you are a beginning hiker and you want a run down of everything a hiker does when walking downtown, step by step. The turns are different, the starting position is different, the gait is different, the training state is ...


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A right handed guitarist's answer: If I didn't pluck the notes (right hand) and only used hammer-on's and pull-offs (left hand) I would be allot faster. The slow part that needs more speed work is the picking hand. This is because (since I am right handed) the left hand notes are played by four different fingers, but the right hand notes are played by one ...


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It may be a completely religious war as to which hand is doing the most work, the fretting or strumming/picking hand. Keeping Register with the strumming hand is much simpler than for the fretting hand. I play bass. My fretting hand is moving in two dimension - between the strings and up and down the fretboard. My picking hand only has to choose the ...



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