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  • #183599
    Ga -Up _down
    ga up down
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    Hi. when I play the up strings I do not support the hand on the guitar. this does not occur when I play the down strings, because I support my hand in the up strings. I feel a lack of safety in touching the up strings without support. Is this just a training question to get accustomed to or should I support?

    sorry for my bed english.
    i started to play guitar since 2 weeks.

    thank you!

    #183601
    Lewis Turner
    Lewis Turner
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    Hi There!
    It’s all down to personal preference, but I’ve recently started using the pinky on my strumming hand to ‘anchor’ my hand to the guitar in order to give myself a bit More playing stability.

    It’s not something that’s vital to your playing, but it’s helped me loads!

    Hope this helps!

    Lewis

    #183604
    Ga -Up _down
    ga up down
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    hi. thank you for the answer!

    I saw syn gates use pinky too and I started doing that too. this gives me some stability when I play down strings, but the up strings do not.

    I’ll continue training.

    thank you again!

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    #183609
    Tyrone .
    Tyrone .
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    You can always put your palm on the “down” strings when you are playing the higher ones. This really is all about personal preference, but I use my pinky to anchor when playing low strings and kind of switch over to anchoring my hand by the bridge when playing the higher ones- it helps mute unwanted noise too!

    #183618
    Ids Schiere
    Ids Schiere
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    I usually rest my palm on the strings which works great for all of the strings besides the low E string(thinking about it this is a bad habit). I would urge you to practice with a floating wrist/hand.

    #183637
    Ga -Up _down
    ga up down
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    thank you all for the answer!

    i was watching syn videos playing and other guitar players and I realized that I was picking very close to the guitar arm. they pick some 7 cm before me. i need to do this change now.

    thank you for the tips!

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