Good fingerpicking book?

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  1. LenPaul

    LenPaul Premium Member

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    A good read is Aaron Shearer,..
    Classical guitar & no tab, plenty of good info in the text though , as far as technique goes.
     
  2. paradice

    paradice Senior Member

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  3. Gyroman

    Gyroman Senior Member

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    :wow:That's pretty impressive, and what a great tone from a Microcube!
     
  4. JonR

    JonR Senior Member

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    That's standard classical technique.
     
  5. paradice

    paradice Senior Member

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    there's **** all standard about it :p
     
  6. Sloppy Joe

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    Sloppy Joe Senior Member

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    Mauro Giuliani's 120 Studies for Right Hand Development.

    To play fingerstyle well one must develop a solid fingerpicking technique. The above book has been showing how to accomplish just that for over 150(?) years.
     
  8. SteveGangi

    SteveGangi V.I.P. Member

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    This is a great book, some pieces are tougher than others, but it's well worth it...


    "Contemporary Moods for Classical Guitar" Sheet music – January 1, 1979
    by Laurindo Almeida

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