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Asked by Archloaff on 2000-10-19
I've read that one of the keys to developing speed is keeping your fingers as close to the strings as possible. My fingers don't want to do it. Does anyone know any techniques that may help?
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Answer posted by THOMAS on 2000-11-20
THE BEST WAY TO DEVELOP SPEED AND FINGER ECONOMY IS TO PRACTICE VERY,VERY SLOW AND PERFECT A LOT.THE MAIN THING YOU SHOULD BE CONCERNED WITH IS SYCRONIZATION BETWEEN EACH HAND. MAKE SURE YOU PICK EACH NOTE CLEANLY AND EVENLY. NO SHORT OR STIFFLED NOTES. IF YOU MAKE THESE THINGS A PRIORITY YOUR FINGERS WILL NATURALLY FALL CLOSER TO THE STRING AS THE MONTHS GO BY. KEEP PRACTICING!

Answer posted by YOUR MAMA on 2001-04-01
GLUE

Answer posted by Fruitcake on 2001-09-06
Duct tape. wrap it about 7 times, this also helps keep track of your axe, it will always be taped to your hand.

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