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Asked by Big_little-daddy on 2000-09-17
When I play the guitar I can play most things but it is hard for me to up and down strums is there any way I can work on it? And are there any practice techniques I can use for my hammer-on-pull offs?
Answers
Answer posted by Tommy on 2000-09-22
Try to move your wrist insted of your whole forearm. Also try to hit the strings only with the tip of your pick.

Answer posted by Wormmy on 2001-09-22
Yup there sure is. Try doing it right the first time and you wont have so many problems in the future, or are you so thick upstairs that you cant get it ?

Answer posted by Wormmy on 2001-09-22
Yup there sure is. Try doing it right the first time and you wont have so many problems in the future, or are you so thick upstairs that you cant get it ?

Answer posted by Peter Pud on 2001-11-26
To practice up and down strums grab your cock and start slapping it around. You can do this at any time, remember, practice makes perfect.

Answer posted by Unknown on 2002-01-30
i agree wiv peter pud

Answer posted by Unknown on 2002-04-29
me too

Answer posted by mudfish on 2002-08-09
you guys are dicks lol beeten this guy up

Answer posted by the wise 1 on 2002-10-21
try not to think about playing?

Answer posted by Misfitduck on 2003-01-12
Make sure you are holding the pick right. In a lot of cases holding the pick wrong makes the up and down strums harder. The pracitces hammers and pull offs choose a scale and hammer going up and down and then pull off going up and down it just takes time.

Answer posted by LCPL Smith USMC on 2003-01-28
a good way to practice hammer ons and pull offs, is to practice some scales, but instead of hitting each degree (note) of the scale induvidually, you hit one note, hammer on to the next note, so on and so on...and at the end of the scale, when you reach the Octave note, do it in reverse...hitting a note, then pulling off to the next note in a ascending pattern. do you understand?

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