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Mr. Ovation
Posted 2008-12-08 10:27 PM (#9823 - in reply to #9798)
Subject: Re: Things to help achieve a "delicate" tone...


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Things to help achieve a "delicate" tone.... moisturize, moisturize, moisturize.
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twistedlim
Posted 2008-12-09 6:54 AM (#9824 - in reply to #9798)
Subject: Re: Things to help achieve a "delicate" tone...


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I am by no means any kind of expert but I do find that there is a sweet spot for my fingernail length (picking hand). If my nails get too long I tend to get a harsher shound and the pluck is too agressive. When they are shorter I seem to get a combination of skin and nail that produces that soft tone with just a hint of nail.
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