Originally Posted by cire113
on one string im fine.. the problem is when i have 2 notes on the g string and lets say 1 note on the d string..
good advice though
I actually find those to be easier - to fingers on the notes on the G string with whichever finger struck last raking down to the D.
Now going the other direction is a little more challenging when you don't have the benefit of naturally being able to rake. But I think that's just a matter of practicing and getting your fingers up to speed. Personally, I have an easier time with triplets on two neighboring strings.
For triplets that don't have to be crisply articulated, you can use a slur in the left hand to handle 2 of the notes on whichever string, 3rd note plucked.
There are also some left hand techniques you can explore with hammer-ons and pull-offs that make playing triplets pretty damn easy too.
Right hand, pluck a note, left hand hammer a note, right hand pluck...