I know there's a thread about this a bit below, but I'm being a bit more specific here. I quite like doing fast, four finger hammer ons, ie. picking, say the 9th, and hammering on the 10th, 11th, and 12th. I find it very hard to do this with pull offs, though. I think my technique may be at fault. As far as I'm aware, pull offs shouldn't be treated like the opposite of a hammer on, instead you should try and pull the finger downwards, so that it sort of plucks the string as it goes. I find that this is much slower, and gives a note that's too loud in the context. Am I going about it the wrong way, or do I just need practice? I'd like to just be able to pull off like a hammer on, because it's good fun when noodling around, but I want to be sure that I'm doing it right. Even on the desk here, I can drum my fingers on it pretty quickly, but I find individually pulling my fingers off much harder.