What's Wrong With My Hand? Angular Dysfunction.
Updated: Jul 11
4th vlog in a series on common technique problems:
This one addresses the tendency of the fretting hand knuckles to be held at an angle relative to the fretboard rather than parallel to it. When this angular dysfunction is in play the pinky, which is the shortest finger, has to reach the farthest - that's backwards.
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