"thanks for that link, i've been moving in that direction too, I found that while at first it just looks impossible, once you have nailed a couple of tracks in this style you dont feel so intimidated anymore."
"I never really took too much notice of how i held it before i started learning tapping, then i had to find a way to keep the thing stable or it was impossible to hit the neck accurately with the right hand, especially if you start doing percussive…"
"I really like what you guys are saying about playing slowly and getting it right, the old guy that originally taught me finger-style and country blues used to insist I practice at 3/4 or even 1/2 speed with a metronome.
in fact the metronome is a…"
"I know exactly what you mean, It's driven me bananas too, all I can say is, just practice practice, I have been trying to nail this one track by Masaaki Kishibe: Sleepless Night, it has this really tricky snare beat that sets up a downward…"
"I seem to have bursts of activity re practicing, so i'll practice for a couple of weeks everyday for a few hours a day if i'm learning a new piece, then i'll drop off and not play much at all for a couple of weeks."