#1
I'm excellent at rhythm guitar, but feel I've only touched the tip of the iceberg on soloing. As far as legato (think that it) I can hammer on and keep it rolling without picking a string for as long as my fingers can go. I've been practicing pull-offs, like frets
10 9 7 and starting to get it to decent pace and sure I'll get it but didn't know if there was a good exercise for this. Has anyone ever shown you any tips or tricks for executing fast pull-offs?
#2
Do it slow, and try to pull of the string to wear you sort of strum it with your finger. You can do that too much so try to find the sweet spot.
#3
the main tip is loosen your fingers,

Finding a suitable balance for the note to play properly is ideal
i no its not one hundred percent the type of assistance that you wanted
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Count 1 and a 2 and a 3 and a 4 and a, match your ull of to that increase your verbal counting making sure it matches each time
this is more of a triplet feel though but it still helps in the same extent
#4
Well, Ive been practicing as much as I can, and definitely have improved. Still no Yngwie Malmsteen, but getting better. Thanks for your tips, very helpful. Quick multiple Pull-offs seem to be one of the trickiest skills to achieve for me. I can hammer on fast as hell, and want to be able to go back down the scale just as fast. Relaxing the fingers has helped, just need to loosen them a bit more. Thanks again.