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Asked by Chris S on 2000-08-07
What do you do if your fingers constantly slip on fast scales? (Besides keep practicing, I have the same problem over and over)
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Answer posted by Freekbot on 2000-08-25
Slow down a bit, and try to pinpoint your fingertips right behind the fret...then speed up, like the way you learned your other scales.

Answer posted by dean on 2001-03-31
thanks to the guy with the duct tape answer i took your advice,i went south with my duct taped fingers and joined a mud wrestling teem.i met some cool chicks and the mud i was wrestling in reacted with my skin making the tips of my fingers super non-slip.mow i have no problems with my fingers slipping on my super-fast scales.

Answer posted by Unknown on 2001-09-25
SO YOU SEE THERE IS ALOT OF GOOD ADVICE HERE, ALL YOU GOTS TO DO IS READ BETWEEN THE LINES, THANK YOU !

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