Just the right amount of notes - beautiful Stephane!
excellent lesson, well done
Sounds great! Very useful lesson, Stephane!
Excellent backing track and beautiful acoustic sound!
Sounds sweet! Great one to impress the girls, its playable even when ur drunk
Great stuff, I should really learn this!
Absolutely beautiful, Stephane ! Awesome composition, and it reminds me a bit of Nothing Else Matters (Metallica), although only the intro would match... There is also a very nice build-up !
This sounds beautiful! I'm so learning this!
Nice lesson Stephane!!!
Very nice Chord voicings Stephane!!
very nice one.
Thanks this is great I got a lot work with fingerstyle to make it perfecto but I was just wondering how much easier would it be to play these kinds of songs with a nylon fret guitar than with the metal one I have (sry my terminology ain't too good) Cheers
beautiful tone !
Wow this sounds so beautiful!! Great lesson!
Sry late night typos I meant of course nylon string and metal string ones
Thanks a lot for the kinds comment!
Such a beautiful composition! Great job, Stephane!
Beautiful playing! Gonna learn it for sure, simple yet great
Great sounding piece, nice mellow vibe!
Sweet piece of music and playing Stephane.
Thanks a lot!
I love the ACOUSTIC guitar sound,very nice mate.
Very nice melodic lesson Stephane. Keep up the good work!
Thanks Carlos & David !
Beautiful lesson this should impress the girls...
Question : In the first bar you play the D string with you (I)ndex finger. I thought that the top 3 strings were reserved for the thumb. Obviously I am wrong. Are there any rules about what fingers play what strings? Does it depend on the chord?
dreamy acoustic sound
Is there something you can't play Stephane ?)
This is a great lesson
In this lesson we gonna see some right-hand arpeggio exercices to improve our fingerstyle guitar technique. These arpeggio patterns will help us on our right hand fingers dexterity and independence.
Here is the notation legend for the right-hand fingers:
A= ring fingers
To makes things more musical, I've chosen a simple but nice chords progression:
I B- I Gadd9 I D#/F# I E- I
(The third bar contains a D chord with the 3rd (F#) on the bass)
I advise you to work on each pattern separatly, with a metronome and/or the backing track.
As always, practice slow and pay attention to the rhythm placement, especially on more syncopated arpeggios.
If you have any question do not hesitate to ask.