#1
I've been playing witouth anchoring for a week and I seriously struggle to play anything now. The songs I used to be able to play reasonable well and now just riddled with mistakes and it's really frustrating.

Has anyone else successfully stopped anchoring that has any advice?

Thanks.
#3
You're not going to adjust after just a week, it'll likely take months..you just need to be patient and disciplined.
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#4
Keep at it, you'll get it soon...and it will be worth it. It took me about a month or two to break the habit, sometimes I would find myself doing it again if I wasn't paying attn. Palm muting a bit without anchoring your finger(s) helped the transition for me.

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Why are you trying to stop anchoring completely?


Most would tell you there is no reason to anchor for any riff as it hinders your movement possibly causes injury.
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#5
I recently stopped, but I use hybrid picking alot, so I adjusted pretty quick.

Edit: ^ I think he meant why is he trying to go cold turkey.
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