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    Michael Sanchez
    Keymaster

    Hey everyone,

    In this video, you’ll learn how valuable one-finger scales are for your playing, along with some common pitfalls to avoid when playing them. Let me know if you have any questions!

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    Yinmui
    Participant

    I tried doing this. Strangely, I had a easier time keeping my hand in same position on my g string, with d, a, and e, I tend to only move the index finger, and left the thumb in first position and dragging it.

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    Brooksley Mihoch
    Participant

    I used to do these when I was younger, but I rushed right through not understanding the technique. Shifting just with your arm, and keeping your hand the same through each shift makes sense! Thanks:)

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    Mona T
    Participant

    Thanks for the ideas in how to improve technique and skills. I can’t wait to have some downtime to put this into practice and watch more lessons.

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    vixxy501
    Participant

    This is a lot easier on the E string for me.

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    bvopianist
    Participant

    It is tough to go through at first, but worth practicing for!

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    Christie Morehouse
    Participant

    This is a good exercise

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