Thanks Danilo for these exercises!
thats a nice lesson
Thanks to you Kris! Glad you like this one Adel!
Nice exercise again!
Useful stuff Danilo,thanks!
Very nice one Danilo!
Useful lesson Danilo.
Thank you so much guys!
great as ever
Thank you Nick and at lights end!
This is really good for muting also - I've seen many posts about muting problems. This is a nice multi purpose lesson for control - thanks!
Keep Them Coming
Great lesson Danilo.
Another great exercice mate
Glad to see your posts guys, thank you!
NIc exercises therr
usful lesson danilo.good job
Thank you guys. Thank you Hisham for the tread about my birthday!
I'm loving these exercises thanks a alot,
One question...When you pick do any of your fingers touch the strings when they are curled under? Does it matter if they do?
If you talk about my right hand the answer is no. I only rest the side of my hand to have an anchor and for muting strings! I hope you'll enjoy this series, feel free to contact me if you need. Bye
Thank you Pablo, glad to see you posting on my lesson!
Hi, when alternate picking, should there be no movement at all from the thumb and forefinger - just from the wrist? I'm practicing like mad, but I find I have a certain amount of finger movement along with the wrist movement, up to a certain speed, when my wrist just does the whole thing, then at a faster speed, I have to play from the elbow. I sometimes feel like there's a 'brake' coming on at certain speeds, and I can't get past this 'limiter'. I hope you know what i mean - is there a way to break through this 'barrier'?! Keep practicing, I guess, and build it up very gradually?!