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Offline squishytomato

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Chord changing
« on: September 06, 2019, 09:18:01 pm »
Anyone got any advice on avoiding the pull off sound when changing chord while playing fingerstyle

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Re: Chord changing
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2019, 05:48:38 am »
To be honest I find the complexities of fingerstyle often require a different handle or grip in some positions for a number of reasons unwanted noise being one of them.   I'm not referring to different fingering so much more so pressure and where you apply it.   It's hard to give a clear cut example.   Is there a particular shape or position that's causing you problems?
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I should add that a well set up guitar with good strings a very nice playable action assist fingerstyle players.   Also it's often when starting fingerstyle playing that you start to notice and develop preferences on neck shape,  nut width, fretboard radius, and string gauge.  Which all make a difference.   

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