Been working on a couple of songs where there are quick pull offs on little E string between 5th fret and open and 7th fret and zero that I’m having trouble with without rolling the string off the fretboard. Not as much of an issue doing this lower down the neck towards the 3rd fret where it’s closer to the nut and harder to roll. I generally don’t have issues with this because most pulloffs are more like 7 pulling off to 5 or something similar where you have two fingers stabilizing the string. On the one hand I feel like there is some trick to having a snappier pull off, or pushing the string up rather than down for the PO that will get better as I drill it. But I’m also hoping I’m just missing something obvious and the forum masses can chime in with any manner of suggestions for what to try. One way I’m trying to practice is by playing AC/DCs Thunderstruck on the little E instead of the B string but damn sure seems like I’m missing something in my drills that are preventing fast improvement. Maybe I have weak, wussy fingers?