#1
9h12p11p9

Do I:

1. Pick the nine, hammer on to 12 with my pinky and pull off to 11 with my pinky right after my ring finger touches the 11 and pull off to 9 with my ring?

2. Pick the nine, hammer on to 12 with WITH RING AND PINKY and pull off to 11 with my pinky and pull off to 9 with my ring?
#2
The first way will utilise finger independence.

The second way COULD inhibit finger independence, by making your muscles associate ring and pinky moving at the same time as natural.

As long as you already have good finger independence, choose any way. But, imo, if not go with the first way.
#3
Quote by Ikonoklast
The first way will utilise finger independence.

The second way COULD inhibit finger independence, by making your muscles associate ring and pinky moving at the same time as natural.

As long as you already have good finger independence, choose any way. But, imo, if not go with the first way.



Seconded.
Current gear:
Carvin CT6M
TC Electronics Dark Matter distortion
Harley Benton 2x12, with Celestion V30s
Laney Ironheart 60w tube amp
#7
I would use these ways:

1- Pick the first two notes and then pull offs

2- Pick em all, is not that hard
Gear:

-ESP/LTD M-100FM
-Yamaha Pacifica PAC012
-PBS 15Watts Amplifier
-Dunlop Original Crybaby Wah Pedal
-Monster 25ft. Cable
-Dunlop Tortex 1mm Picks
-Dunlop Strap (Heavy Duty)
- Ernie Ball 10-46
#8
Quote by Frankgt2
I would use these ways:

1- Pick the first two notes and then pull offs

2- Pick em all, is not that hard


Invalid response is invalid, Hammer-ons & pull-offs =/= picking


TS, I'd use the first way you mentioned.
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