Hey everybody. I've been having issues lately with too much friction between my fingers and strings. I'm trying to play decently fast hard rock/metal/punk music fingerstyle but it's difficult to play any especially quick sections when my fingers keep getting caught up. Obviously one solution is to just run my fingers over my forehead a few times and lube up the strings. But I have a sneaking suspicion that, while this works, I'm more or less just covering up a technical issue in my playing. Better players than I could do these sections without needing to lube up their fingers. I've searched the forums before, and often I hear the advice "Use a light touch". And however sound this advice may be, I have an issue with it: I don't know what it means to play with a light touch! Can somebody quantify what this means? What does a light touch entail? Striking with a smaller surface area of my finger? Hitting the strings with less velocity? Reducing the height to which I raise my fingers before striking? Thanks in advance!