Hi Nelson, I watched all of your videos and congratulation. You play with ease and musically, you also try different tone - move your right hand up and down the board! Good job! (praise first
One thing I noticed through all of your videos is your left pinky is not independent: whenever you push your right ring finger, you pinky aslo moves. And that's not good. Left ring finger and pinky must move independently. That means: if one moves, the other stays (doesn't move) and vise versa. You need to tackle that problem by
1. Acknowledge you still have stiff left pinky.
2. Focus: when you push your ring finger, does your pinky move? If it does move, then relax, close your eyes and think about sweet moments in your life to help you relax. Practice super slowly, the goal is to remove bad habit that stayed so long in your brain and make a new one. Keep your eyes on the pinky.
3. Practice some exercises to solve that problem. I often try to hold down my left middle on the first string fret 2(smallest string), and practice walking with my pinky and ring finger on fret 3 and 4 (just like when you practice your right hand middle and index).
4. It takes weeks or months to solve this habit, be patient.
Here are some pictures:
1. Your left pinky in relax position
2. Your left pinky in stiff position
3. Your left pinky moved after when your ring pushed the string ( not good)
watch this video and her pinky, (it doesnt move when she moves her ring - your goal- but hers still stiff tho, you want it curls in your first picture)
Her pinky moves because her whole hand moves not because it moves by itself.
Awesome works nevertheless, Nelson! I enjoy your playing and looking forward for your next videos. (polite ending hehe