#2
the same exercises you would use for every other guitar style
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#3
A lot of the traditional flamenco guitarists use their fingers. I think the lessons given by Gabriela of Rodrigo y Gabriela are good staring places to learn some flamenco techniques.
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Hells ya! SAME HERE!!
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Quote by handlerb
the same exercises you would use for every other guitar style
no not really, I'm just talking specifically about finger pickinh.
#6
Quote by VaiSatchLaiho
A lot of the traditional flamenco guitarists use their fingers. I think the lessons given by Gabriela of Rodrigo y Gabriela are good staring places to learn some flamenco techniques.


Not for flamenco. They are a bit different to the traditional flamenco styles.


ts..look up these lessons on youtube


rasgueado
picado
golpe
tremelo
falsetas eg Solea


That will give you plenty to get started on. Right hand technique is more important in flamenco and more dificult. Note that flemenco is based on traditional regional styles of song rather than individual songs you play falsetas like solea or bulerias. If you type them in youtube you will see these song styles have variations but are similar.
Last edited by DaathMatal at Jul 20, 2009,
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Quote by DaathMatal
Not for flamenco. They are a bit different to the traditional flamenco styles.


ts..look up these lessons on youtube


rasgueado
picado
golpe
tremelo
falsetas eg Solea


That will give you plenty to get started on. Right hand technique is more important in flamenco and more dificult. Note that flemenco is based on traditional regional styles of song rather than individual songs you play falsetas like solea or bulerias. If you type them in youtube you will see these song styles have variations but are similar.

Thanks dude, that's what i needed