Very important to combine this with my axiom of fingertip aiming towards plucking finger's own main joint as intended trajectory (talking aim, not follow through).Ortega wrote: ↑Sun Sep 17, 2017 1:25 pmResults are amazing with this amendment, which I made very early this morning:
Where I had gone wrong was with respect to the tip joint; I had overlooked its crucial role.
However, I am now *actively using the middle joint, as opposed to passively, along with the tip joint.
The tip joint begins in a protracted, or fully relaxed state; we must ensure this. Then, after main joint brings finger to string, we pluck by:
Simultaneously contracting both middle and tip joints, while relaxing the main joint.
Rest and free stroke the same.
Proper engagement of tip joint in this process is nothing short of transformative
This works like nothing else I've ever tried, or ever been presented with.
*special focus on i finger, the neurological leader of the other two and the common problem finger due to location adjacent to p.