#1
I've got he basics of sweeping down, but I can't figure out what to do when I run into situations like the below. It seems intuitive to use one finger to hit the notes that are on the same fret on adjacent strings, but it also seems more efficient to do it with two separate fingers. How should I be doing this?



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#2
if u can play it at tempo with two fingers than do w/e sounds and feels better

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#3
i wish i could sweep pick
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#5
i only use two different fingers to get frets that i would normally roll if they're well within reach (i.e. maybe on the first three strings) and if the fret is wide enough so that it doesn't sound sloppy
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#6
you should roll one finger, so the notes dont ring, but if you can play up to a fast speed with two, then you can do that- however it is very useful to learn to roll your fingers
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