#1
At the top ( and bottom ) of arpeggios there's always a hammer on/pull off. I've seen some people play a three string arpeggio starting from the 3rd string: down, down, up, pulloff, up, and then repeat. And then I've seen people play it like down, down, down, hammer on, up,up and then repeat. But I feel most comfortable doing a hammer on and a pulloff, like down,down,down,hammer,pulloff,up, repeat. Is this fine to do as long as the volume of the hammers/pulloffs are the same as the picked notes?
#3
I have real trouble starting an arpeggio that has a hammer on.
Like down-h-down-down-down-down, etc. etc.
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#4
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I have real trouble starting an arpeggio that has a hammer on.
Like down-h-down-down-down-down, etc. etc.


If that's the truth, you could also start it with an upstroke and then down, so you don't have to hammer. Like U-D-D-D-D etc. etc. etc...