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MisterM
post Aug 17 2019, 05:06 PM
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Thank you Todd

Final section is very diffcult.
I prefer to work my legato and Hammer-on/Pull off with other exercises.
I don't love this kind of exercise, I don't feel it.

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Todd Simpson
post Aug 17 2019, 10:33 PM
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No worries smile.gif The picking drill seemed to help you quite a bit. It's the isolation that helps the most. The picking drill isolates picking. Find a legato drill that you do like but try to do it with one hand at least part of the time. Not being able to do legato hammer ons/pull offs with one hand indicates your finger power is not what is should be to play a piece like the vivaldi one. You've got your picking hand up to snuff. Time to work on your fretting hand a bit imho. Once you get a bit more power in your fretting hand, the picked and non picked notes will all sound very similar while using palm mute. Then you will be ready for the REC!

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Thank you Todd

Final section is very diffcult.
I prefer to work my legato and Hammer-on/Pull off with other exercises.
I don't love this kind of exercise, I don't feel it.


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