Finger Tapping L2

Animated Finger Tapping L2 tab by ActionTab on guitar. So easy you'll be playing in minutes.

This exercise is from the Core Skills section on Fingertapping.

In the previous exercise we focused on getting the tapping technique right. Most tapping is done at speed, so here we look at faster tapping. In this exercise we keep the notes simple just to work on getting quicker with your tapping.

Positioning your hand so that you can tap the notes fast and repetitively is important. When tapping fast it is a good idea to keep your strumming hand stable and your tapping finger at a close proximity to the guitar neck - as shown in the introduction video. Doing this means you have more speed and accuracy with your tapping hand. With enough practice you will find the best positioning for you. Some people like to use their little finger to touch the side of the guitar neck just to offer a little more stability. But the main force for learning is just to keep tapping until it becomes natural.

Once you can tap at a regular pace slowly, start building up the speed. Rhythm and consistency with your taps will help out for getting the most out of the next exercises.

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