Finger combinations Pt.2 – the next level

Finger Combinations Pt2 – The next level

Same exercise, just taking it to the next level: play the combinations in different divisions (quarter note, eight note, triplets, quintuplets, and so on…) and at different tempos (but it’s not about speed…it’s about precision and clean technique, remember). Also use stretches between the 1st and 2nd finger, and between the 3rd and 4th. Try using legato: if you are moving to a higher number, you will be hammering-on, to a lower number, pulling off.


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