An online friend asked recently if I would do a couple videos about my technique. This is the second one. I'm not sure there's much else to cover after this. Like I said in the last video, I'm kind of random when it comes to how I go about actually playing at any given time, and I mix and match techniques from many different places, but these might be some useful little tricks to toss into your playing. Nothing here is quite as fundamental as the banjo roll I showed in part 1, and again if you want to learn traditional or classical three-fingers+thumb fingerstyle, there are FAR better video lessons out there than what I can do.
This is a quick run-through of some of the "noises" you can get with fingers that are sometimes harder to get with a pick. There's another strumming pattern with fake percussion (very common with acoustic players), two different ways of playing harmonics (using the thumb or index finger as the node), and a couple ways to get stuttering/raking sounds.