Yes, I started piano in ninth grade, and practiced quite diligently since I loved it (like 7-14 hours a week in the beginning) , so I have four solid years of classical piano under a Russian teacher.Isabelle Frizac wrote: ↑Wed Jul 05, 2017 6:46 amHi !
Have you ever practiced an instrument before starting the guitar?
And what musical culture do you have?
It takes several years of studies to obtain a diploma of end of studies (baccalauréat, in France, then to go to the university).
With the guitar, there is no miracle; Many years of studious are necessary to obtain (perhaps) a suitable level and then study in a large school (conservatoire de musique, in France).
Good luck !
Yes, I'm splurging on good guiltlessly because I stopped piano classes, which will save me about 600 dollars in the next three months.Rasputin wrote: ↑Wed Jul 05, 2017 10:51 amI would get hold of Stanley Yates's book Classical Guitar Technique from Foundation to Virtuosity, if you can stand the cost. If you already have Kitharalogus you probably have all the exercises you need, but Iznaola doesn't really set out to explain the whys and hows - Yates does this really well.
If you don't have a teacher, that probably makes it even more important to record yourself
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