#1
I'm currently learning percussive acoustics songs(Justin King, Andy McKee,John Butler for example). I'm fine with hitting the guitar and tapping but i have trouble doing hammer ons and pull offs. my guitar has high action. i dont want to lower it because it would make slap harmonics harder. Pull offs and hammer ons are fine for my electric guitar but not acoustic, so how can i make my hammer ons and pull offs sound better and louder?

I use elixer strings with the nanoweb coating if that helps.(10-47)
#2
Hammer harder and pull off cleaner. There really is no trick it's just practice.
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#3
Quote by funk_solo
Hammer harder and pull off cleaner. There really is no trick it's just practice.

thanks ill try it,and over time i will adjust to it
#4
yep acoustics and electric are a tad bit different ;-)

do that 12 fret trill exercise "use combos of every finger for every string all the way to 12th fret and back doing same thing then start with another finger gradually using all 4)

prob the best exercise to fix this :-)
you'll see results. (did a horrids job of explaining this maybe someone else will do better and no what im talkin about)