A Quick And Catchy Way To Up Your Fingering Accuracy

author: Taylorlover96 date: 06/13/2012 category: guitar techniques
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A Quick And Catchy Way To Up Your Fingering Accuracy
Well guys, this is my first article so I thought I might as well start off with something I'm comfortable with. As you've probably figured out, this lesson is to increase your finger accuracy.

This will be done by using an excerpt from "In the Hall of the Mountain King" composed by Edvard Grieg.

Tablature is in standard EADGBE tuning.



Now for many intermediate players who may think that's easy, there's a tiny catch.

After the second part, you up the tempo. Start as slow as humanly comfortable for you, and each after each full run hit it just a little bit faster until you're at your max speed. The more you work at it, the faster you'll be able to go. In the end it'll help both your accuracy and speed.

If there are any problems or improvements I could make to the article feel free to message me, and for any guitar pro's out there, don't hate, I'm just trying to help out.

If you think I made an adequate lesson, you might see another one.
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