Very nice, keep the classical comming. How about some more lagrima, bach or tarrega, but not adelita, everyone already knows that.
Thank you for teaching this, I allways wanted to learn classical pieces but didn't know where to start
oops lol, posted nothing=P but yess i agree with Iluha, I love these lessons. Classical pieces are important to learn ad sound great.
this is very nice
wow i love this stuff keep them coming...iam thinking about taking classical lessons..i first wanna get a classical guitar though
yeah, rrhoadstributeplayer, that just might help a little bit...
Amazing as always!
Keep these lessons comin'!
How are you, all?
I am glad some of you are thinking of picking up "nylon".
The next lesson will be Bach!
nice lesson , i have a question. i'm thinking about buying an acoustic guitar but not too expensive around 200 dollars and i dont know which one i should get, any advice would be nice. thanks.
Welcome to the Classical World!
For "not too expensive" guitars, I would recommend Yamaha or Takamine. They are in tune, easy to play, and sound good considering their prices.
I have two concert guitars, one from Spain and the other from USA, but I have Yamaha and Takamine for my practice and "under-the-sun" gigs.
Very beautiful !!!! congratulation, Kosei Kubota
technical question please:
it seems to me that the part you play several notes on the same time, you don't really play them at the same time but with a little delay that makes the pick sound like a chord=. Am I right?
yes that was exactly my question, that you translated in good english words. I am french, that's why my english is what it is....;-)
great lesson Kosei!!!
Hey Kosei!. I just finished part 1 and am looking forward to playing part 2. Metal gets boring sometimes. Neway, is part 1 the beginning, then when finished we continue on to part 2 in 1 fluid movement?
Yes, part 2 is supposed to be played after part 1.
Actually, part 1 comes again after part 2.
Here is the whole piece: