#1
I am having trouble switching from regular playing then going to a pinch harmonic any suggestions?
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#3
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Practice. A lot. And then even more, until you can do it.


Pretty much this
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#4
Just listen to Pantera The Great Southern Trendkill album. Its a flow thing, just practice on that!
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#6
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Use Jazz IIIs. The sharp point really helps.


this...
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#7
Try holding your pick in a different way. I curl my pointer finger and keep my thumb really close to the edge so it's always ready.
#8
keep practicing at it. Its one of those things that as long as you have the technique down properly its just going to take time to get things moving up to speed.
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#9
Quote by Norgz94
Try holding your pick in a different way. I curl my pointer finger and keep my thumb really close to the edge so it's always ready.


+1

just hold your pick closer to the edge.
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