#1
I'm not sure if something I am doing is bad technique, so I want to make sure.
It's kinda hard to explain, so watch this-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6MoEzPHFq4

Watch at 0:45. See how his fretting hand is kind a lent over and toching the neck. I do a similar thing. The bas of my index finmger always touches the guitar neck. I'm not gripping it (Like a baseball bat) I have my thumb in proper position, but my index finger always touches.

He does it again for longer at 1:35.

Is this bad?
#4
nout wrong with that mate
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#5
Ok thanks. It's especially noticeable when playing something like Washington Is Next (With P.O's on the high E string)
A lot of people seem to have there hands totally sticking out infront of the guitar, but that feels strange to me.
#6
Quote by GoldfishMoon
I'm not sure if something I am doing is bad technique, so I want to make sure.
It's kinda hard to explain, so watch this-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6MoEzPHFq4

Watch at 0:45. See how his fretting hand is kind a lent over and toching the neck. I do a similar thing. The bas of my index finmger always touches the guitar neck. I'm not gripping it (Like a baseball bat) I have my thumb in proper position, but my index finger always touches.

He does it again for longer at 1:35.

Is this bad?


If you're hand is in this position, it's not in "proper position" and it is bad.

Unless I've missunderstood what you mean? I'm a bit confused