Jules Wilkins wrote: ↑
Tue Feb 27, 2018 6:19 pm
Much better camera angle. I can now state with somewhat greater confidence that your right hand positioning is not ideal (but hardly terrible either, so please don't misunderstand me). My sense is that your hand is generally a bit too far back from the strings and that your thumb strokes towards your fingers where it results in interference. Alas I am hardly a qualified teacher so rather than sounding definitive I direct you here: https://www.thisisclassicalguitar.com/r ... al-guitar/
Thank you again for sincere advice, Jules. As you mentioned about my thumb, I'll try to reposition my knuckle angle from strings to let free my thumb.
I've finished Bradford Werner(www.thisisclassicalguitar.com
)book #1 and was practicing some on #2 book before I find Delcamp online lesson. I've been following his method and very regreted I have. He has useful infos but hardly can't compare to Delcamp resources. He barely uses rest strokes himself and no dampening mentioned any in both books. My posture is based on his pedagogy but not sure about his method any more. Your opinion is greatly appreciated, Jules.
Now, I'm stuck with pg.59 exercises and my thumb position.
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