SkinDoc wrote: ↑
Thu Mar 14, 2019 12:45 am
Thank you both - I hadn't considered what my pinky finger has been doing, I will watch that. Do you mean that my pinky finger should move with my a finger?
Yes, passively; point being don't keep it artificially immobile just because it is not the finger plucking the string. It is the quadriga phenomenon
On the other hand, also don't actively force it to move if it happens not to move much on its own when you use a
(in both cases ensure it is not tensing actively (and for prolonged periods)).
The idea behind this is that we are trying to diagnose if you are tensing your pinky in some weird way while playing classical guitar, which might possibly cause what you are experiencing near the wrist.