Bravo Håvard. Thank you for your efforts. This will certainly be very helpful for many of the studentsHåvard.Bergene wrote:I remember being confused about the registration in the Spanish forum, so here is an explanation of how it works
Do you mean that your nails are so smooth now that they just glide over the strings without making a soundnone of my finger does not getting stuck on the string.
When using ramped nails, which is the consequence of using the sandpaper over strings method, the direction of the ramp will define the way of the attack. At least I cannot see how would it be possible to play against the direction of the ramp, not to speak of the sense in doing so. Unless you meant the same direction but slightly different angles? I guess the reason for playing the different styles against the sandpaper is to come up with an average that works equally well for all the styles. But if you have a need for nails that could be used when attacking both ways, this method isn't for you.LindaWoodford wrote:Do you always attack the string the same way with this finger when you play with different styles? (e.g. rest and free strokes, and when doing tremolo, arpeggios or just a simple melody line)
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