#1
I want to improve my right hand so i can play faster and get a new sound by adding accents on to notes.... i was told of a three finger technique a couple of months ago but also told that you should only ever use two finger ?? what do you reckon and can you give me any tips?
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#2
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=532506

or

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=533647

Check here and in the future be sure to use your search button. Depending on the type of music you play and personal preference, both are fine. Hell, James Jamerson only used 1!
Last edited by anarkee at Mar 7, 2007,
#3
Shit sorry i did a quick search but a very lazy one! thanks any way
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#4
Quote by twisted sanity
i was told of a three finger technique a couple of months ago but also told that you should only ever use two finger ??


That is partially true, you should always use the smallest number of fingers you can, so if you can play a part with 2, play it with 2, not 3, only go to 3 if your 2 fingers aren't fast enough.
#5
^ Not..

You should play what feels more comfortable to you, hell i can play smoothly with: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 fingers or a pick, and it gives me so many options.
Just sticking with "smallest number possible" cant add much diversity to your playing.
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#6
Quote by BassistGal
^ Not..

You should play what feels more comfortable to you, hell i can play smoothly with: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 fingers or a pick, and it gives me so many options.
Just sticking with "smallest number possible" cant add much diversity to your playing.


Agreed
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