See Saw Slide continues the training process introduced in See Saw Swing. The goal is to help students find their way on stringed instruments. In this volume, students will discover that shifting, velocity and vibrato use muscles in ways not experienced by a beginning student. Whether you are an intermediate student wanting to develop velocity, shifting and vibrato, or a more experienced student dissatisfied with your shifting, velocity and vibrato, See Saw Slide offers UNIQUE exercises that will train your muscles and nerves to respond quickly to new technical challenges. Repetition is only part of the process. In Metatechnical Exercises, repetition is built in to the structure of the writing. The other major element is to isolate different muscles in each exercise. By alternating slow shifting measures with quick finger exercise measures, the student develops the necessary movements independently but virtually at the same time. Also, the constant shift of attention from one side of the brain to the other generates tremendous neuroplasticity, which produces results that seem magical. Professionals and conservatory students will also find that See Saw Slide is an efficient one-stop system for improving technique. It applies especially as preparation for study of Bach Sonatas and Partitas, Paganini Caprices, and the great Concerti.