121 reputation
2
bio website
location
age
visits member for 1 year, 6 months
seen Nov 6 '13 at 15:49

Nov
6
comment Flatpicking: how can I make my floating-pick-hand less bouncy?
I haven't adjusted my pick-guard, but I know what you mean about resting a bit on the last knuckle of the pinky. I think that's been my goto solution as well.
Jan
5
answered Basic Punk Rhythm Guitar--Snare Feels Like Down Beat
Nov
16
comment Flatpicking: how can I make my floating-pick-hand less bouncy?
I am in the process of a thorough round of pick experimentation :) I like the sound of your suggestion— I'll try focusing on that. Articulation ;)
Nov
15
comment Flatpicking: how can I make my floating-pick-hand less bouncy?
Usually about 3/8 to 1/2 inch of pick extending past my fingers. I might have to choke up some, as I keep seeing 1/4" suggested. I've been watching some clips of Chris Broderick's playing and I like his right hand approach. It looks like he anchors a little, letting the tips of his comfortably-curled fingers brush unplayed strings. That's kind of what I'd like to achieve, a best-of-both-worlds technique.
Nov
14
awarded  Student
Nov
13
awarded  Editor
Nov
13
revised Flatpicking: how can I make my floating-pick-hand less bouncy?
changed title wording
Nov
13
asked Flatpicking: how can I make my floating-pick-hand less bouncy?