HiLarry McDonald wrote: ↑Fri Feb 11, 2011 3:21 amHi,
There are many etudes for the right-hand, Estudio Brilliante by Tarrega is one of my favorites.
Regardless of the studies that you choose, I would be sure to cultivate the full and sequential planting techniques, which eventually develop into to what Martha Masters calls, "The Instantaneous Plant". You can read about this in her recent -and marvelous- book.
If you are not already acquainted, you might want to check out a book by Richard Provost called "Classic Guitar Technique, Vol. 3 "Advanced Arpeggios".
All the best,
I use this study for arpeggio practise and find it interesting to apply Giuliani patterns to the chord sequence.