I agree with singing the melody away from the guitar. Someone else has recently already advised me to do this too. Another tip he gave was to play the melody on its own, without any of the accompaniment notes. On the hand, I personally prefer to place more emphasis on the second A - that bit I have decided upon!rudelguitar wrote: I would say that the A melody must come out full and strong, but it also has to be shaped. The second A should not be as loud as the first A. One of the best things you could do is to sing or hum the melody in its entirety and phrase it logically. Do this away from the guitar. Once you have decided how you want the melody to go, you can approach the piece with a plan.
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