I’ll repeat what I’ve already said in the last few posts of mine: I am a complete beginner in the fingerstyle guitar technique, and have absolutely no experience or any skills in this field. I am just starting out.
Well, if you look at my last post you will notice that I am having some problems with the right hand position. So in the meanwhile I tried playing artificial harmonics. The problem is that, when I lift my index finger (which is touching the string on the required fret) after picking the string with my right middle finger, the index finger is unable to move without disturbing the sound.
More specifically, take an example. Suppose I play C4, i.e. hold second string first fret and place index on 13th fret, then while removing the index finger while the string is still vibrating (to keep the sound sustained for a little bit longer and prevent muting the sound), the index finger produces a C4 sound in addition to the sound of the artificial harmonic.
Could you please suggest some exercises/technical changes to counter this?