#1
I've recently been trying to learn how to solo while double finger tapping. I'm pretty good but i have one problem

When I solo the volume always dies down really quickly. How can i fix this? I know its a problem with me but if any of you could give me tips on how to fix this or tell me what i'm doing wrong I would really appreciate it
#3
lower the action on your guitar. helps the tapped notes sound better. also practice accurately tapping the notes. innacurate hits ruins the sound.

then start getting that third finger in there.
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#4
Sounds like your EQ is bad. If your fine for playing riffs but the sound is poor on higher strings, then I'd look at my EQ first. If that's all fine and good, check out your technique. I know that I need to throw compression into the mix in large amounts because I play lightly on my higher strings, so it's a lot quieter than when I'm down on the lower strings.

If you think it's technique, then work on that. Get your fingers stronger. Practice on a clean tone and make sure you're getting a consistent volume with your tapping fingers.
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I've recently been trying to learn how to solo while double finger tapping. I'm pretty good but i have one problem

When I solo the volume always dies down really quickly. How can i fix this? I know its a problem with me but if any of you could give me tips on how to fix this or tell me what i'm doing wrong I would really appreciate it


Is it only when you try to add the second tap or is it just with tapping in general or is it even just when soloing as a whole?
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