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ZeppephOSOne
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Join date: Jun 2005
40 IQ
#41
I can understand why anchoring would be a handicap too. You're stuck to one spot across the picking area. If you weren't anchored, you would have full, free motion with your hand and 3 extra fingers to do some fancy finger picking.
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Ablazean
Registered User
Join date: Nov 2005
30 IQ
#42
Quote by Freepower
^ nothings a 100% ANYTHING. 9/10 times you'll hear "THUMB BEHIND THE NECK, BITCH", and not "THUMB BEHIND THE NECK EXCEPT FOR BENDS, BITCH!". People like to miss the odd case. Still, when not "floating", one should remain "unanchored".


I know you were using it as an example, but you don't even really have to put your thumb behind the neck at all. Jimmy Page plays fine without doing that.
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