GuitarsWeB wrote: ↑
Tue Mar 12, 2019 11:41 am
Tom Phillips wrote: ↑
Tue Mar 12, 2019 3:25 am
where each picking finger is emphasized.
I disagree...you’re putting the horse in front of the cart.
Both are interesting to me lol.
BTW I happened to remember: I as a 10 yo kid was practicing tremolo (quasi standard PAMI simile one) with a scale in C maj played by P and static top E tremolo with the rest. Then I ended up playing all PAMI playing top E.
Out of this I found that I could focus more on the even-ness of the four plucking fingers, than to have P moving up/down the Cmaj scale notes.
It is of help for you too: Play one string (top E to begin with) with all PAMI in order to focus only on the "even-ness" that you desire. Once you get it done, then probably you can start practicing moving around the P finger across notes to shift focus from even-ness to something else.
It would also be advisable to do the one string PAMI on the 2nd string only, and then 3rd (and likewise on all the strings ideally but I would say at least on the nylons).
You could also possibly see there are many other things involved for your desired results, like nail shapes of each finger, kind of strings, your posture and so on and so forth.