Insufficient coordination between left and right hand
Chances are that if you play the string with your right hand, you have one or more strings have not pressed with the fingers of your left hand with sufficient force against the neck. Read our advices and tips for the basic position of your left hand and your right hand to play Yamaha Fg700S guitar.
The solution is theoretically simple: make sure that all non-open string you want to press is in good contact with the neck of the key at the moment the fingers of your right hand strike strings. This result can be achieved slowly through the handles exercise and thereby make sure that you practice each finger with sufficient pressure on the underlying nerve. Make sure you do not press the string unnecessarily hard, because this reduces the flexibility to play and can lead to injuries. The aim is to find exactly the right pressure at which the well string is pressed against the key.
Wrong technique when inserting or lifting of the fingers on the left hand
Make sure the string is always pushed the button vertically downwards. Let your finger like a helicopter on the belt countries. Many people, however, tend to slide their finger as a plane to be inclined downwardly to land and then slide another piece of the runway (in this case, the string) before coming to a stop. It is bound to be a lot of friction.
Imagine that you want to put a finger on the fourth position on the D string to the second position on the A string. The tendency is to take the shortest route, while slanting to position on the A-string is great. In this approach, there is a lot of friction occurs on the string, and is the probability of an unintended large sub sound. It is better to focus to position of your finger carefully over the place where you want to push the string with the finger. Let your finger as it was a taking off helicopter. If you could bring up the finger diagonally, you run a greater risk of unintended noises.
Unnecessarily heavy sliding on strings while playing
Usually it’s your left hand which caused a nasty sound when sliding on one the wrapped strings. What if the squeaky, scratchy or raspy noise is caused by sliding a finger of your left hand on the bass strings? For example if you are using barre chords to play your position?
This kind of slide over a certain string is often aimed at improving the monitoring of changing the handles. Classical guitarists tend to adopt the following three solutions:
- Lift the finger that you want to shove, only very lightly on the string. While doing so, however contact with that guitar string.
- Do not slide your finger itself, but with the side of the fingertip in Seagull S6. Do this after you have removed the pressure of the finger on the string by which finger to lift a little bit.
- Try scrolling with the soft ‘cushion’ of your fingertip which leads to a better result.