#1
When there are two notes on adjacent strings and the same fret, like so:

0
0
2
2
0
0

Do you use two fingers, or one?
Also when there are alternations, like this:

0000
0000
5757
5757
0000
0000

Do you slide between them or use different fingers? And which is the "correct" way, if any?
#2
No correct way to finger anything...some people use 1 finger. I find 2 fingers easier and yields a better effect. It is easier to move around using 2 fingers over 1.


The above is an innuendo, and good advice ;P
#3
Gently at first


But really, it would depend on the context; what came before and after those chords.
Last edited by derek8520 at Jun 6, 2013,
#6
I knew this would happen in the comments haha.

For that chord I would use two fingers (assuming you wrote that correctly and you're playing the open strings) just because there's less risk of touching other strings than there is if you only used one finger.

As for the second example, I would maybe try to go from using your first and second finger to using your 3rd and 4th if you take it slow enough and/or you can spread your fingers enough, unless you actually want the sound of the slide.
#7
2 in the pink and 1 in the stink!
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#8
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2 in the pink and 1 in the stink!




Haven't heard that one in a while.
#10
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Alright, so one in the G and one in the D.

one... in... the... D???