Very interesting exercises - and fantastic spoken video Aleksander. Can't wait to see more!
Hey, thanks Kris. Can't wait to make more
Very cool Aleksander
Excellent tapping workout lesson Aleksander!
What a great exercises, Aleksander! Thanks for this lesson!
Awesome exercise. I am really bad with 8 finger tapping but something like this can help for sure. Thanks.
Those licks you played in the spoken video were very inspiring
Thanks for the lesson
extremely focused. I want to start working on this one quite soon.
very useful lesson man! well done
This is great stuff Aleksander! Especially the demo's in the spoken Vid. I think that when you show what the exercises can lead to then people work on the exercises with a knowledge of what can be achieved!!!
i suck at tapping
will try this tho, (i'm in the 10-30 "i suck" time now)
Very helpful! Thanks.
Great stuff, Aleksander!
great work out to polish those tappings,
the pinky is hard to get used to tapping
Awesome stuff Aleskander, you are 8 finger tapping master
Great excercise! I think that I will learn it myself, bookmarked
Great excercises, will help me with my tapping for sure.
Great exercises indeed
Hi there! Welcome to '8-Finger Tapping Basics - Exercise no.2'! In this lesson you will learn two variations of one exercise. You will learn an exercise for practicing hammer-ons and pull-offs with your tapping hand. This is quite simple, but the only challenge is to use fingers 1, 2, 3 and 4 for tapping. You will only need enough patience to make all your tapping fingers to do their job without too much effort. This could take time. And the point is to concentrate on those fingers on which you have least control, mainly 4 and 3. With time, your tapping will become less sloppy and more precise. Also, your tapping hand fingers will be able to 'find' the right string a lot easier.
An important tip: if you should get frustrated while practicing, thinking that you are not doing it right, or not making progress at all, just take a break to let your brain 'digest' the new patterns, and after 10-30 minutes you will see that you've made progress. And any time you feel that you are stuck, just pause for a while.
Good luck! :)
Tempo: 120 BPM;
Time signature: 4/4; 3/4.