#1
Because my right hand is up to speed. How do i bring my left hand up to speed for tapping?
#2
It's likely not so much that your left hand isn't up to speed or can't ''keep up'' with your right, but more-so that you're not at a comfortable enough tempo for each hand to be synchronized with one another.
Start practicing slowly using any phrase you have in mind, and co-ordinate each hand to allow each note to sound clearly, with a solid tone, and with even dynamics; minimizing excess noise and tension as best you can. If you're having any difficulties maintaining accuracy and comfort, slow down that little bit more; once you can feel the groove or pulse of these ideas at slower tempos, working them up is a natural process that you probably won't even have to consciously think about.
Smaller, controlled movements will help a lot, and slower practice will allow you to consciously control those physical and auditory outputs.
Last edited by juckfush at May 4, 2011,
#3
What juckfush said... slow down and work on synchronising your hands.
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Some pieces are only meant to be played by people with six fingers on their fretting hand. Sorry.