Keith wrote: ↑
Sat Nov 25, 2017 7:02 pm
I noticed I am compensating for having only one good ear by overplaying my tremolo and noticed it has improved.
This is exactly how I improved my tremolo. You play it slightly slower and very strongly, so every note is clear and exactly in time. That seems to improve the action of the hand, (perhaps it develops the muscles?)
Once you've done that for a bit, you lessen off the force and relax your hand, in order to play it evenly and smoothly.
An interesting way of finding this out Keith!!
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