Soundminer wrote: ↑
Fri Jul 07, 2017 10:40 am
"The only way to ever be quick enough to allow the string to vibrate freely after release is to first push or pull the string inwards or outward at a sharp/obtuse angle compared to the top of the guitar so there will be a build up of sideway pressure into your finger either towards your head or towards your feet, giving you the actual space you need to pluck the string out and upwards and away from the top of the guitar"
It's all here
guit-box or anyone else, try and refute this by whatever close-up or slomo you want to use...I dare you.
It's all here...plucking from the PIP, the 'hooking' as you call it, the extending while planting, the release in opposite direction of the MCP at higher speeds (it has to!)
One HAS to do these things..it's not like you have a choice or anything. Being aware of it is a completely other thing.
So is understanding WHY you have to do these things, which is by far the most important tool anyone can have in learning anything.
It seems to me if we understand why...the mystery is solved
I understand why....it's all in the sentence.
Like I said...prove me wrong, I dare you
You say...ok, this is what i see and it's not in correspondance with what they say. You are correct
I do you one better and say..this is WHY you see this type of movement. A lack of understanding (the physics) and awareness is why they say different then they do. Not a crime by any means and very understandable, but...ready for improvement non the less.