In this lesson, we focus on the picking hand and 3 concepts I think will improve your tone and ability to play faster and cleaner.
- Pick Angle: Refers to what side of the pick contacts your string. I have found that playing downstrokes on the back side of the picks is preferable to the front (bridge) side. I break this concept down more in detail in the video.
- Anchoring: Refers to placing the little finger of your picking hand on or near the pick guard to provide stability allowing you to play with more finesse.
- Pick Location: Refers to where on the strings you place the pick to provide a tight surface for a good pick motion and to draw the best tone out of your guitar.
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Full Lesson – 13:35