Almost always - but I suspect you do not mean sequential planting but rather block (i.e. "full") planting. I almost never do block planting unless it is about sounding a block chord.twistedblues wrote:How often do you Pre-Plant your right hand fingers before playing notes?
Thanks Larry, I edited above. I think Hubert Kappel might be using that term - or else I instinctively used it since "full" does not really describe anything useful compared to"sequential" which does.Larry McDonald wrote:Block planting might be another name for the "Full Plant", but I've never encountered the term "block plant" before. Do a search for Full Plant and sequential plant. There is a lot posted on this topic.
Brouwer VI, the pami ami pamip arpeggio study-- you don't use a sequential plant?Jeffrey Armbruster wrote:I'm deliberately not planting on Carcasssi opus 60 no. 3. Aren't there a lot of instances like this? ("let ring".) I ask in all honesty because I'm going back and forth on this. How about Brouwer estudios simple 6? Or is it just a matter of recognizing things when you hear them? Oh, so I DO pre plant sequentially on Brouwer e.s. no. 5.; not on 6.
Oh, I misunderstood when you said you plant sequentially on V but not on VI. I thought that meant you were using a full plant on VI.Jeffrey Armbruster wrote:I can't imagine trying to play it with a full plant.
No,I play it free stroke without planting.Of course not with a full plant!