It's not changing the chords or anything like that that I have a problem with, nor the technical execution--from a mechanical standpoint at least. It's more just...the ideal tone setting, the style of attack ((tip of the pick, slanted, more of the pick, pick with a bit of thumb, etc.)). I don't want to play it with my fingers alone, but with pick and fingers.
Although one mechanical error that is difficult for me to overcome are parts where two or three notes from the chord still ring, but there is a scalar line underneath.
Advice? This is a piece of such delicate beauty for solo guitar...so, tell me how to be beautiful! ~LoL~
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