Re: Brother Can You Paradigm? (picking and posture)
I learned the finger anchoring technique when I took banjo lessons as
a teenager. Didn't do much with the banjo but the right hand lesson
stayed with me to this day. Stabilizing the right hand is real handy.
Learning palm muting, especially with electric, is necessary, I think.
I am no expert here. Palm muting has been a lot of fun for me as
I try to pluck one string while muting it and letting another string ring out in sustain.
We forget what talents lie within us that have accumulated over the years.
Some are bad habits and that is why I like seeing basics revisited
such that Malikon has presented here. Every so often we need to reevaluate
our playing technique.
I appreciate his effort and posting it on MLP.
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