#1
Well, I've been playing for about two years without any 'proper' lessons and I just have one question. Well, just a curiosity thing.

Sometimes when playing when I'm on one and switch to a higher adjacent string I just roll my my first nuckle down to fret.
EXAMPLE: Like if I'm playing a C (3rd fret, A string) and the next note is F (3rd fret, D string), I'll just roll the nuckle down to fret it. Anyone understand?

I don't think it affects my speed or ability to play fast because never had any problem playing anything that was fast.

So I was just wondering about this today...


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#2
do you mean you press the back of your knuckle down on the fret? because i think i know what you're saying, and you're supposed to do it that way. i think it's called the finger roll???
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Last edited by funkbass369 at Jul 16, 2007,
#3
Quote by funkbass369
do you mean you press the back of your knuckle down on the fret? because i think i know what you're saying, and you're supposed to do it that way


Oh! Thanks. I guess I taught myself well then lol.


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#4
It's fine, but if you're playing fast with high-distortion you'll get a load of note bleed
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