Arpeggio and Right Hand Lesson with Adam Del Monte

Adam Del Monte teaches about arpeggios and the right-hand on classical/flamenco guitar. Some nice explainations of the differences between flamenco and classical technique.

Note to my students: Please be aware that Adam is a flamenco influenced player. You should possibly not sit quite like him if you’re just starting out. However, his advice about the hand is good.

Classical and Flamenco guitar virtuoso Adam Del Monte stopped by the Guitar Salon International showroom and recorded a lesson on arpeggio technique for us. Here he’s playing a 1977 Antonio Raya Pardo flamenco guitar.

Video and quote via http://youtu.be/3KK0AmXUAQ0

 

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