Thanks for your appreciation! But why depressive? I'm not sure that I wanted to scare anybody Any questions? Do not hestitate to ask!etude61 wrote:Thank you for posting these examples; both inspiring and as a relative beginner, a bit depressing at the same time.
Thanks a lot! Yes, I prepared several videos and each is dedicated to seperate theme that can be discussed.Johnny Geudel wrote:Perhaps I should notify the members that your last post includes THIRTEEN (13) separate instruction videos.
Thank you for announcement of the themes, it was a good idea! But with your kind permission I'd like to post all videos in this theme for members not to leave the Delcamp forumJohnny Geudel wrote:The video posted on 11/02/17 contains the following separate chapters:
1.CG playing technique /Tremolo
2.Tremolo/Right hand's position/Muscular freedom
4.Aspects of playing passages (picado)/part 1
5.Aspects of playing passages. Tactile contact/part 2
6.Exercises/Left hand/Independence/part 1
7.Exercises/Left hand/Independence/part 2
8.Classical positioning to the right hand and its advantages/part 1
9.Classical positioning to the right hand and its advantages/part 2
10.Finger nail shape, length, profile and care for guitarists
11.Creative workshop.Classics of sound.DN.
13.Technique of the P finger under classical right hand's position.
Since tremolo is tyrando could you, please, explain how pushing down is possible under this technique?twistedblues wrote:What direction should your right hand fingers be pushing when doing tremolo? Are you pushing Down like a free stroke? Or?