Don't Play Like a Student, Practice Like a Player

              "Unique Technique Practicing" ~ Critical Path Training Since 1983
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The Sakari Method
After you have The Classic "X" Right Hand basic position, the next step is learning the proper finger stroke.

It happens from the large knuckle where the finger meets the hand, Labelled "A" in this drawing.

It doesn't happen from the knuckles,
labelled "B" and "C".  You only use these knuckles when scratching an itch
from an insect bite.

Point D is the finger preparing to stroke the string and point E represents the two choices one has when terminating the stroke.  Either a "rested" stroke, where the finger comes to rest on the next string or the "free" stroke where the finger stops short of coming to rest on the next string.

Which one have you been practicing foolishly ?

         The Proper Finger Stroke