A lot of guitarist are mainly focused on their left hand. It’s the hand that’s the most impressive to watch after all. But when playing pickings, your right hand is the real hero. And getting your thumb to play different melody lines than your other fingers is a challenge we all have to go through.
Playing slow music is great exercise for any guitarist. Most guitarist would love to keep getting faster, but playing slow is great for perfecting your technique. Every note needs to sound right and ring true. Here are 5 slow classical guitar pieces that are a great exercise for any guitarist.
Most people who are interested in classical guitar know names like Matteo Carcassi, Fernando Carulli or Fransisco Tarrega fairly well. But there’s a gigantic body of work out there from composers who are not that well known and some of these pieces are absolutely gorgeous. Here’s five such pieces I happened upon in my guitar studies.
Most people who start playing classical guitar already have a history of guitar playing before they start this genre. That’s why most of the times when you see lists of beginner pieces they feature pieces like Lagrima or Romanza. It is true that these are a great place to start if you already have some guitar playing experience under your belt. But for those who come into this genre early in their guitarplaying journey, these pieces can seem very daunting to start with. That’s why I made this list. 5 pieces you can start with, even without a great deal of experience.