Lesson: Right Hand Planting (Preparation)

Lesson of the Week for Classical Guitar

The main benefits of this are: 1. Accuracy Development 2. Reflex and Speed Development 3. Articulation 4. Security or Physical Confidence. It’s also a way to practice arpeggios in your right hand rather than just playing patterns over and over and hoping that repetition will make you better. You can check out my technique book for about 220 exercises to apply this to: Classical Guitar Technique: Essential Exercises, Scales, and Arpeggios.

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