Beatriz Martin wrote:coordination with the ring and pinky
Just that damn pinky!
So looking at your video it looks like you're pulling it UP off the string, perpendicular to the fret board, instead of pulling parallel to the fret board and plucking the string. This is a common mistake. The correct way is sort of like doing a rest stroke with your left hand. You pull and pluck the string along the fret board and your finger rests on the next string (except when its a pull off on the first string). You don't need a lot of energy in it to get a sound. Scott Tennant's book (Pumping Nylon) explains it very well with pictures, which I probably shouldn't attach due to copyright issues. But you can find his work online.
Keeping working on descending slur exercises and concentrate on the pull offs with your pinky (4-3). One exercise that is brutal, but I do it every other day, is this one from Power Slurs http://www.************/slurs.html
. I guarantee that if you start doing these exercises about 5 minutes every other day you will get stronger.
Keep at it Bea!
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