Lesson: Arpeggio Patterns on Single Strings

Lesson of the Week for Classical Guitar
Practicing Arpeggio Patterns on Open Strings

The three main benefits of this are: 1. Increased Right Hand Accuracy, 2. Creation of a compact hand position, and 3. Reminding the thumb to play in front of the fingers. The book I mention can be found on Amazon: The Bible of Classical Guitar Technique by Hubert Käppel which is an amazing 245 pages of exercises and text. You can see more lesson videos at the lesson archive page. For more free weekly lessons join the Email Newsletter for updates and please consider donating to the site or sharing this post to support.

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