What is stringhopping? It's time you got to know your enemy!
Stringhopping is a jumpy hand movement almost every guitarist encounters when trying to play fast with a pick. It’s the Number One thing you want to avoid to develop picking-hand smoothness—especially when going from one string to another.
Understanding why it’s so inefficient is tricky, and it serves as a good introduction to the fundamental wrist movements of guitar playing.
Check out this video below for more information.
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