No. 15 – All-In-One-Arpeggio Pattern

No. 15 – All-In-One-Arpeggio Pattern for Classical Guitar
eBook link: 20 Favorite Exercises for Classical Guitar
For beginner to intermediate classical guitarists
Includes: notation, TAB, fingerings, practice tips
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This exercise & lesson, No. 15 – All in One Arpeggio Pattern Classical Guitar, is a great way for intermediate guitarists to practice a number of difference arpeggio patterns all at once. The video walks you through the exercise and gives a small lesson. The great French guitarist Thibault Cauvin showed me this pattern (or something along these lines) in a masterclass years ago. It is basically a number of arpeggio patterns grouped into one continuous loop. This is one of my favourite pre-concert exercises as it covers a lot of ground in very little time. Just remember to keep a nice balance in the right hand and execute the thumb and finger strokes at the same time, that is, release the string at the same time. Enjoy. This is one of my favourites!


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