#1
let's say when consecutively notes are on the same fret but different string, do i use the same finger for them?
is there a rule that each finger take care of the all the notes on a particular fret?
i personally found that it's hard to use the same finger for consecutive strings, and it feels so awkward
#2
Yes you do use the same finger, its a technique called "rolling." I think there's a article or something on it around here somewhere.
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#3
It will eventually be faster if you us the same finger. It may be uncomfortable, but in the end, it works out best. The best way to do it is to do this finger roll type thing.
#4
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Yes you do use the same finger, its a technique called "rolling." I think there's a article or something on it around here somewhere.

this. even if its going up the strings, it takes time to get it right but it works.
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