No. 9 – Basic Rasgueado Exercise


No. 9 – Basic Rasgueado Exercise 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, No. 9 – Basic Rasgueado Patterns for classical guitar, is not intended to train you in the art of flamenco, instead, they are aimed to give your right-hand a good workout, strengthen the fingers, and increase the reflex-oriented ‘return to start’ direction of finger movements. I’ve found that rasgueado practice is excellent for the right hand position of students. You need a certain amount of clearance as well as having to move the fingers from the upper knuckle joint. Therefore, it’s similar to regular playing but in reverse. GO!



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