Tapping IX

About Tapping IX

Level: Syn's Etudes

Tapping IX

Syn’s Tips

Head to the Comments section below to discuss and share videos of yourselves applying this to different Scales and Chord Progressions. I look forward to seeing what you come up with!

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Dominick Bosson
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Dominick Bosson This sounds amazing. I am most definitely going to start working on this. Thank you!
James Stocker
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James Stocker im not sure if its easier if you look at your left hand or your right hand?
Dominick Bosson
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Dominick Bosson In my opinion, it is easier to look at your left hand because you sort of learn to get more familiar with where you'll be moving your hand.
Shea Callahan
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Shea Callahan So when you go up from the a string back to the g string how do you get the g string to sound prominant again? Do you somehow hit the g string again before you tap?
Zak Aubin
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Zak Aubin It's the same principle as tapping with your right hand, you just need to hit the string hard enough with your index finger to make the note sound!
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