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Keith

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In playing through many of Ted's charts and watching Ted's videos I keep coming across examples of Ted rolling his fingertips across adjacent strings. I recall reading about this technique in SNS years ago and have always used it when playing lines.
Doing this while holding down a chord with other fingers is another story. Sometimes Ted is rolling a finger up at the same time that he's rolling another one down, all the while barring with another finger,.... yikes!

Did Ted have any drills for this stuff?

Keith

LeonWhite

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What he told me to do was 'Do it.  You'll get it if you just keep at it.'

That has worked for me and my students.  It seems like the same thing as rolling in single line.  Your fingers get magically fatter when needed. 

Leon
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