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This is what I posted :
My mind tells me this: On the tips of my fingers lies the energy to be released to the strings. This is where we develop the technique in releasing the emotional part of our playing. This includes the stumming/picking fingers and the fretboard fingers. If you focus on this and go slowly you’ll began to understand what this is all about.
I also wrote this:
I discovered what I mentioned because of a few reasons. One I’ll mention is the vibrato. You see our mind actually sees and feels the movement and that movement is exercisedreleased through our fingertips to the strings. Its an invisible type of energy that each guitar/musician needs to discover and work on. Gary Moore was a classic example of total relaxation on this. Another way to explain this I guess is speed picking. Releasing this energy slowly and with practice helps make those who want learn to speed picking technique much faster and in rhythm. Energy itself is a form of musical rhythm when it comes from the human mind.
The melody of the notes is what expresses the art of music . 🙂 6stringerPete
It really is all about ”melody”. The melody comes from a language from our heart. Our heart is the muscle in music harmony. The melody is the sweetness that it pumps into our musical thoughts on the fretboard. 🙂 Pete
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