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Old 06-04-2013, 07:02 PM   #21
joelnorthridge
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not that your left is faster, its feeding the right the wrong information

check the timing of your left
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Old 06-05-2013, 04:55 AM   #22
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not that your left is faster, its feeding the right the wrong information

check the timing of your left


Well I'm constantly using a metronome when I do my technique and scale sequences so I don't see how my timing would be off but I have only been playing for 11 months so I may just not realize it but I don't think so. Now examining my picking technique and focusing on it my right hand is pretty sloppy when I get it corrected then I will examine my left hand again. I appreciate the heads up though. Does anyone have any pointers about the floating hand? I can't find any real lesson on what my hands supposed to be doing so idk if my right hand is still atrociously in a bad spot or what? Floating does help my muting though. Like I put my lower ha on lower strings when I'm playing higher notes and vise versa is there anything wrong with that like I have to change my wrist angle slightly. Bad?
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Old 06-05-2013, 08:38 AM   #23
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For picking, both hands will be letting you down - The thing that makes picking so hard is synchronizing the hands so well, meaning you need both hands to be relaxed/economical etc...
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