Demo of Flamenco Guitar Techniques Part 1 by Adam del Monte (Adv. Beginner-Intermediate)

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Flamenco Guitar Techniques (Part 1)

“Flamenco Guitar Techniques” is a comprehensive collection of exercises that will help flamenco and classical guitar players build solid right hand and left hand techniques. This in-depth study presents routines by which guitarists will build dexterity, fluidity, and confidence in playing.

Do you consider yourself an advanced beginner guitar player or have you already completed the Flamenco Beginner Package (Parts 1 & 2)? Have you been playing the guitar for a number of years, yet still seek ways to enhance your technique?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, chances are that, despite your experience, you yearn to better your speed, accuracy, and dexterity. This five-hour long, two parts “Flamenco Guitar Techniques” is carefully designed to turn you into a more skillful player. It provides you with a series of targeted exercises and detailed video explanations by Adam del Monte, containing close-up shots and annotated music notations. In addition, each lesson supplies accompanying music sheets that you can instantly download.

Part 1 of “Flamenco Guitar Techniques” focuses on the right hand. It begins by quickly reviewing some fundamentals that were covered in “Flamenco Beginner Package,” but gradually introduces the player to a series of right hand exercises including free strokes, rest strokes, thumb techniques, arpeggios, alzapúa, picados, and combinations of these various techniques.

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