Lesson 10: String Skipping in a Single Position
String skipping exercises involve scalar movements that do not move across adjacent strings, as was the case with the last 2 assignments. Instead, they require us to make jumps across wider string distances with both the fretting and plucking hands. This approach presents its own set of challenges, however. For example, it is harder to deal with plucking hand string muting when the hand is busy 'hopping' across the strings.
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