when is anchoring good and when is anchoring bad.

usually i just anchor and don't pay attention to when and what part im playing it too it just comes naturally.

But apparently anchoring can hinder some techniques.

so yes..
when is anchoring good and bad ?
correct me if i'm wrong, but anchoring is usually always bad; i cant think of a reason as to why it could be good
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lol yea thats basically my question, its good i think because it provides stability so your picking hand isnt just floating up there.
You're supposed to learn to not need to anchor your hand but really I've never noticed it hamper my playing. Honestly, sometimes I find myself watching my hands in the reflection of my other guitar or whatever and it's pretty fun and sometimes I notice I anchor my right hand because it looks cool hahaha.