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(@aroundtheclaxon)
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For example 15p13p11 im trying to learn "since ive been loving you" and am having trouble with them. I know i need to practice practice practice etc. So if thats ur comment dont bother posting but if anyone has any little tips to help with these it would be greatly appeciated.

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(@noteboat)
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Pull slightly sideways (towards the floor) as your fingers leave the string.

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(@gnease)
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As NoteBoat explains, letting a bit of finger flesh snag the string -- it doesn't take much, and after a while, you will be able to control the volume on each individual note.

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(@simonhome-co-uk)
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Perhaps untill you master it you should angle your wrist/arm so that the fingers are angled in your direction


   
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(@andrewlubinus89)
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I don't know about the rest of you guys but when I do pull-offs I often forget about my thumb and push too hard causing my whole hand to tense up. So basically try to keep your whole hand relaxed while you are doing it.

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