#1
Well I've been having this problem, that I have just now started to notice, that every time that I play a couple of power chords at medium to fast speeds, my pick gradually slips away from my fingers. Anybody have any suggestions to remedy this problem?
#3
some people like to put holes in their picks which can give you a more secure hold. I use picks with small grooves that help prevent slipping. Just try a few different picks and see what works for you.
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#5
You can also try holding your pick at an angle so that there's less resistance when you're strumming.
#7
Holes will work, usually. One guy I knew put a groove in each side and tied thread around. Lots of variations but replacing your picks when they get too slippy is a good tip.
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#8
Happens to me to, it's probably sweat though
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