Nice work RyanRyan Bassette wrote:
John Montes wrote:Nice work RyanRyan Bassette wrote:
There may have been a couple of places where the index-finger (i) is plucking two notes in succession versus alternation with i and m such as in measure 1 the first few notes, then on the repeat.
Not a problem Ryan, that is exactly where these alternation exercises will help train the fingers and increase muscle memory.Ryan Bassette wrote: This is probably the case John, and thanks for picking that up; this habit is coming from my bass playing years ago (haven't touched it in a while...I know, sounds like a vice lol) where it is often taught as a form of 'economy picking' to use the finger that is already at rest on the lower string rather than alternate (depends on the context and the rhythmic effect desired etc). I'm noticing myself doing it quite often and trying to correct when I do indeed pick it up, but it is definitely a challenge.
Thanks for the kind words,
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