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Guitar picking techniques
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Start by placing your thumb on the pick, and come down on the pick with your finger. Depending on what's comfortable for you, your fingers may end up being curved in or more straight, but it doesn't matter as long as your pick grip is comfortable for you. Picking angle is another area where technique is subjective. Here are 4 reasons why directional picking is the best picking technique for guitar speed: Reason #1: You use almost 30% less movement to play the same notes (hint: less movement = FASTER guitar picking speed) Reason #2: Your guitar practice time becomes MUCH more efficient (helping you build speed faster). Guitar picking is a group of hand and finger techniques a guitarist uses to set guitar strings in motion to produce audible notes. These techniques involve plucking, strumming, brushing, etc. Picking can be done with: A pick (plectrum) held in the hand. Advantages of plectrum - Fingerstyle techniques - Plectrum techniques - Lead.
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