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#1

Το πρόβλημα που έχω είναι οτι ο καρπός (δεξί χέρι ) ενώ ξέρω οτι πρεπει να είναι πάνω απο το νίκελ καπάκι μετά απο λίγη ώρα μου φευγει και πέφτει πάνω στο καπάκι ενώ έχω δυνατότητες να παίξω αυτό το πραγμα νομίζω οτι μου δημιουργεί πρόβληματα οπως στην ταχύτητα και στο σκάλωμα της πένας ποιες είναι οι γνώμες σας πως θα μπορέσω να το διορθώσω αυτό το πράγμα ?


(JOJOS) #2

Με επιμονή και υπομονή στήν εξάσκηση.
Γίνεται διαφορετικά ? ? ?

Φιλικά, Γιώργος.


ΥΓ. Πάρε και ένα κειμενάκι απο κάποιο σύστημα εκμάθησης ταχύτητας. Είναι για την κιθάρα, αλλά οι βασικές αρχές είναι ίδιες . . .


Right hand

The movement of the right hand and arm can be divided in three
categories, depending on where the picking motion is generated.
The three possibilities are elbow, wrist, and fingers.

Elbow
With this approach, the upper arm (shoulder to elbow) is anchored
to the body of the guitar, the elbow moves, and the lower arm
(forearm, wrist and hand) remains rigid.
Properly developed, this type of movement can produce high speed
and precision, including when moving from one string to another.
This movement however requires more practice to properly develop
the concerned muscles, because the mass of forearm and hand
must be moved.

Wrist
In this case the elbow and forearm don’t move, and the picking
motion is done by the wrist. This type of movement has two main
variations.

  1. Wrist “anchored” to the bridge – The wrist and/or the palm of
    the hand rests on the bridge or other part of the guitar.
  2. Wrist hovering above the strings – Neither the wrist nor the
    hand touch the guitar.

Finger
Elbow, forearm, and wrist don’t move. The picking motion is
generated by the fingers only – thumb pushing down and
index/middle finger pushing up.
Each approach has advantages and disadvantages, and they are all
used by the best and fastest players in different situations.

Recommendations
If you already have a favorite style, continue using it and
improving it.
If you don’t have a favorite style, practice all three in alternation,
until you start developing a favorite, and then focus on that.
In any case you will end up with a favorite movement, but you
should develop some skill in all of them.
You can also develop different favorite movements for different
speeds. For example, wrist motion for the very fast, elbow for the
medium fast, wrist again for the medium-slow, finger for speed
bursts, etc.
Try to be as relaxed as possible, both in your arms and in your
overall posture.
Minimize motion, remove any unnecessary movements.
Developing speed, no matter what approach you use, is two thirds
muscle and one third coordination.