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Old 10-18-2017, 10:31 AM   #9
LloydB
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Default Re: Low G to B KAHHHNNNNNN!!!!

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Originally Posted by brewingjt100 View Post
are there any exercises anyone could recommend to address this specifically? I tend to roll over the A. I practice this movement constantly and when it starts to sound better, as soon as I add it to any other exercise, the problem rears it's ugly head, again. Is it good practice to concentrate on lifting the ring finger in an exaggerated motion follow by the pinkie? I don't want to start one bad habit to correct another bad habit.
Thank you in advance,
John
Don't just lift the finger(s), also practice extending them
at the same time -- pointing them slightly (tangentially)
away from the chanter. This brings additional muscles
into play, from the lower back of your hand. Focus on the
'B' finger, of course.
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