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[Tips for improving the bass] How to use your right hand Let's master by playing your fingers! A simple 2-finger practice method that involves moving two fingers alternately!

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Finger-playing is sometimes called two-finger because it is played using two fingers, the index finger and the middle finger.The most orthodox right-handed playing style can be used for a wide range of music genres.

Place it lightly on the lower string than the one you play your thumb on.Move your index and middle fingers alternately to play the strings..At this time, if you lightly touch the bass string with the side of your thumb, the bass string will be muted and the resonance of the string will be suppressed.Because the length and shape of the index finger and the middle finger are different.Tilt it slightly and hold it at an angle so that both fingertips touch the strings evenly..

You can produce various tones by devising how to pluck the strings, but if you are playing the bass for the first time, use the thumb side of your fingertips a little.Play gently so that your fingers do not get caught in the strings.Start with that.Play lightly and remember the sensation of bouncing.Research the points where you can produce the tone you want while changing the position where you play the strings and the angle and depth at which you put your finger on the strings..

There are two difficult points with fingeringI have.The first isThe difference in the shape of the two fingers causes the tone, strength, and rhythm to vary.is.The difference in timbre is also due to the difference in the shape of the fingers, so no matter how much practice you practice, you cannot completely overcome it.

the other one isThe order of fingers changes for various reasons such as syncopation and string movement.is.If you use the index finger and the middle finger alternately, the finger order will be reversed if syncopation like Exercise XNUMX is entered.Also, when moving to a lower string, play the next note with the same finger that played the higher side.There is a way to keep the finger order unchanged, but if you can play with the same nuance in either finger order, you will be able to respond to fast phrases and complicated lines.

Practices XNUMX and XNUMX as basic practice to get the same nuance even if the finger order changes.

Exercises XNUMX and XNUMX are examples of using the release of the G and D strings.Practice until you can play the first half and the second half of each score with nuances...Start with a slow tempo and allow it to reach around 250BPM.Do the same for the other strings.

It's a simple sheet music, but starting from a slow tempo, changing the position of the accent or changing to a phrase that changes the pitchIf you continue this practice using various variations, your right hand will be trained..

Exercise XNUMX Example of changing the order of fingers by syncopation

* Numbers are right hand, 1 is index finger, 2 is middle finger

Practice XNUMX Example of changing the order of fingers by moving the strings

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It seems easy and quite difficult!I wonder if I can incorporate it into my daily warm-up.

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