Hello, I'm a jazz bassist with a classical background. Unfortunately I never really get to find a solid rigth hand technique. I have been given instruccions from many pro's around here (althougth I cannot keep a steady class since they live to far). I have read many interviews from Top-Players and view many videos of the greatest of all time trying to find their techniques. Since there are many different aproaches I will start saying that I fell better when I play in the classic way ( one finger most of the time in a Mingus style ), and I never feel at home playing the two finger style perpendicular to strings . These are the main concerns, which really get worst as tempo raises: 1. - Trying to keep a balance between relaxation and sound. 2.- Finding an aproach that works to me to keep the motion: the "Chiken Wing " from Rufus Reid's DVD vs. the wrist motion a local pro teach me vs. the " just finger movement" I read in an interview with great bassist I can't remenber now vs. etc... Since I understand it's imposible to get any input when you not even have see me play a note, I will just ask for any serious resource if you know where I can find some help. Unfortunately there is a big gap in this area of technique in terms of instruccional material, ( although people seems to find their way ). P.D: I have discovered a really nice trio recording with sax Peter weniger and Jeff Hamilton on drums (no piano), a great oportunity to get all the nuences of your great sound.