I've been playing bass for many years and have been for the vast majority self-taught. I recently started lessons to advance my knowledge and techniques. My teacher observed something I've never even thought about: I'm a right handed two-finger style player mostly. He said that my right hand position is opposite the norm. (I don't have photos, sorry). But, essentially: My right hand is positioned on the strings in such a way that my fingertips are pointing towards the lower horn of the body. My teacher says most players' plucking hand hangs so that the fingers point towards the other corner (i.e., towards the jack). It's not neccesarily bad technique but just different. I've never been concious of it and never had a problem. I use the moveable anchor or floating thumb technique. Any thoughts?