Get practical tips on how to improve your playing, so you can sound better, avoid strain, and enjoy more music.Some problems are common for almost everyone learning classical guitar. If you're developing as a guitarist, you may have some of these problems as well.
Can you say any of these?
- "My left hand fingers sometimes touch the other strings."
- "I would like better left hand stretch and reach."
- "My left hand and wrist hurt when I practice."
- "Sometimes the notes don't ring out as they should."
- "My left hand is slow at changing chords."
- "I want more independence in my left hand fingers."
- "My left hand gets tired quickly."
- "My right hand fingers hit the wrong strings."
- "My right hand fingers are slow."
- "My tone doesn't sound very good."
- "My right hand and wrist hurt."
- "My right hand is clumsy and inconsistent."
- "My right hand plays quietly. I want more volume."
Fix what's wrong so you can move forward, avoid injury, and play more beautifully.
Includes PDF Materials
Course Level: BEGINNER
This course is at the BEGINNER level. This means that the notes will all be in the open position (so no moving up and down the neck). The rhythms are simple (mostly quarter and 8th notes) and well-explained. And any chords used are common ones. TABs are included for an alternative to music notation. For more advanced players, pieces in this level can be used as a study to improve phrasing and memorization techniques.