#1
Pulloffs, depending on the finger combination and string, are impossible for me- I swear. I think I've narrowed it down to a lack of finger independence, but I haven't a clue on how to improve that.

So, what are some good exercises for a beginner guitarist to improve his finger independence/pulloffs?

Thanks in advance!
Last edited by JakeFrmStatFarm at Nov 18, 2013,
#2
Considering the fact that no one responded, I'm just going to assume it's a matter of just playing more and getting more experience.
#3
You are right and also this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvhZ80OsuTQ


FYI: no one responded because we have other things that need doing. Patience young padawan; if there is an answer for you you'll get it soon enough.
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#5
Quote by Basti95
Sorry d'you mean pulloffs? :P



Oops. Wrote this in a hurry!

FYI: no one responded because we have other things that need doing. Patience young padawan; if there is an answer for you you'll get it soon enough.


You mean you don't just spend your days answering stupid questions for beginning guitarists?!?!!??!
#7
Quote by JakeFrmStatFarm
You mean you don't just spend your days answering stupid questions for beginning guitarists?!?!!??!


Well I do... but I do also have a job
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