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9 Apr 2020
hello everybody , I start studying electrical guitar after a long stop of many years .
I'm coming from classical guitar and I still like playing classical sometimes .

I start to define my "study Plan" , and I have some questions about this matter :

--what should be the best way to plan a study program in order to optimize the learning times ? for example I rated my level in range 3-4 so I'm looking for lessons in these level giving preference to lessons with different technique ..
Im interested in blues and classic rock , but a friend of mine that is expert suggested me to try lessons of various styles especially in this beginning part in order to study different techniques , after when I will have a good technique I could specialize in one single style , what do you think about this ?

--I try to alternate lessons of technique with melodic and good impact lessons , I decided to do this to avoid that with only technique lessons the study will become boring .

-- one difficulties is definition of notes/chords : in Italy we call notes DO, RE, MI, FA, SOL ,LA ,SI .. you call A,B,C, D,E,F,G , and unfortunately A is not our first but is LA, the 6th note … seems to be easy to learn but believe me that often I make confusion …

--I study each lesson until I can play it in a "decent" way , but I have many difficulties in memorize lessons .. after some days that I change lesson I forget the old one … is it normal ? should I have to play each lesson until I memorize it or it is not necessary ?



if you have some suggestions or ideas how to make better my study plan I'll be grateful to you ..

ciao
Francesco
23 Jan 2008
hello ..

many thanks for your wonderful classical lessons .. I love classical guitar to much !! I try also to make electrical guitar pieces , but my soul is for classical music tongue.gif

I'd like to learn to play El Choclo (Dyens style) and Pegao ( from Feliciano) ..

I love too much these pieces ; I've heard them in youtube videos and I can't stop listening rolleyes.gif

Is it possible in the future have lessons concerning these two pieces ?

It should be also possible to have classical-solo lessons of modern song ? For example I've heard one version of Michelle (Beatles) made on a classical guitar as solo and it is wonderfull .. should be possible to have lessons like this ?

Thanks in advance
Ciao from Italy
Francesco
2 Nov 2007
hello Gabriel

I'm studing the above lesson but I've problems in making the artificial Harmonic showed in the 3rd part .

Could you explain me better how I can make it ?

Ciao
Francesco
14 Sep 2007
Hello ...
My name is Francesco And I'm 34 y.o. "boy" biggrin.gif from Italy (MANTOVA)
I've studied classical guitar for some years (self made student!) and now I decide to buy an electrical guitar and start to learn it ..

I'm very interested in blues , rock and country music .. Ilove Pink Floyd and Dire Straits music ..
I'm also interested in theoric Lessons ..

Ciao
Francesco
14 Sep 2007
hello Gabriel
Ive just sign up to this site and I'm trying to learn one of yuor lessons , but I'm not able to set distortion like your , I've try to set it but is allways different ..
I've one ZOOM G2 multieffect , do you know how I'have to set it to have yor kind of distortion ?
sorry for this question but Ive studied classical uitar for several years and there are only few days that I use an electrical one --
Thanks
Francesco
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