Message from discussion Here's another of my problems.
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Subject: Here's another of my problems.
From: Murdick <lutem...@aol.com>
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OK, here's another of my right hand problems. I cannot use P in conjunctio=
n with the rest of my fingers. More importantly, I cannot play a Pi altern=
ation between,say, the 4th and 2nd strings any faster than I can play a rep=
eated P stroke. Even more specifically, I cannot extend P while i is flexin=
g- that is, P tightens up when i is flexing. I've just created an exercise =
to work on this, but I don't want to say what that exercise is right now. =
I want new, unprejudiced ideas. I would also like to talk to people (if the=
re are any) who have had good training but can't play Pi very fast. Berg to=
ld me a long time ago that he had a student with exactly this problem. I gu=
ess I'm just a rare guy. I like to think of this problem as "the heavy thum=
b" in that it feels like P weighs about 20 lbs. Thanks in advance.