#2
You could put a towel round it or put it next to the radiator/heater or maybe leave it in the sun for a while.
#4
play though different scales while gradually building speed. this is also a good excercise to help you play faster.
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#5
Quote by clement1
You could put a towel round it or put it next to the radiator/heater or maybe leave it in the sun for a while.


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#6
Quote by clement1
You could put a towel round it or put it next to the radiator/heater or maybe leave it in the sun for a while.


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#7
What I do is play through modes, 3 notes per string.

I mix it up a bit, and play say

E|5-7-8-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A|-------5-7-8-5-7-8---------5-7-8-------------------------------------------------
D|-----------------------5-7-9----------5-7-9-5-7-9---------5-7-9----------------
G|--------------------------------------------------------5-7-9---------5-7-9-5-7-9

That's A minor there, but do you see the pattern I'm playing? It really gets your fingers moving more than just running them up and down. Do that with all the modes across the neck, and practice switching between the box shapes on different strings etc. Also, use that pattern (of string switching) to play other warm up exercises.
#9
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You could put a towel round it or put it next to the radiator/heater or maybe leave it in the sun for a while.


Clement1 is win.

Finger perrmutations.
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