Hope everyone is doing well!
In many pieces I play, the desired/suggested RH alternation pattern is provided and I often struggle to get it right while paying attention to everything else. I also read that as a guitarist, we need to be able to read the music and determine the best plan of attack for both hands that works for us. So, on occasion, i, m, and even a, may duplicate once in a while as needed. This makes sense for LH fingerings, as your choices may help or hinder your ability to play certain measures. For the RH though, how important is it that I follow the suggested RH pattern? Is it really just a practice of discipline and focus and once it's ingrained, I'm free to play around? I presume there is a hidden reason behind the madness. I just haven't figured it out yet!
Also, if it is important, are there any good exercises to practice? I have been doing the open string RH exercises and have gotten fairly comfortable...that is right up until I need my LH to do something at the same time! LOL!
So, as always any wisdom is greatly appreciated!
2017 Yamaha CGS102Aii
2016 Cervantes Hauser Concert (SP/IN)
2016 Yamaha C40
2012 Yamaha Silent Classical Guitar (SLG130NW)
2003 Seagull Coastline S6 (Folk Cedar)