I remember seeing a drawing of various fingernail shapes in a classical guitar method, but can't seem to locate it again. I'm thinking it was in the Aaron Shearer books, so if you have it, please post that image.
One of the images showed fingernails shaped in reverse ramps and some of them used standard ramps for i and m but reverse ramp for a. I also noticed that Kanengeiser uses a reverse ramp for his a finger. See his GFA tutorial on nails.
What has me curious is whether these players who use reverse ramps also pluck with that finger so the string glides over the nail from right-to-left instead of the usual way (left-to-right), OR are they simply using more supination of the forearm, ramping from left-to-right, but starting the contact point a little closer to the middle of the nail. If you use a reverse ramp for any of your i,m,a fingers, please describe how you pluck with that finger and why the reverse ramp works best for you.
Btw, left side of the index finger means the thumb side of the fingernail.
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