The Four Times Rule – How to Eliminate buzzes and wrong notes

The Four Times rule is something you can use to improve the quality of your practice and eliminate┬ásmall and annoying mistakes that can creep into your playing. Sometimes mistakes do happen when practicing or performing and thats ok but we can definitely minimise them through methods like this one. One often finds that under performance […]

Tip Of The Day: Major 7th Arpeggios

Today I’m going to show you a good technical exercise to add to your daily practice called Major 7th Arpeggios. After I’ve gone through some scales when I practice I like to go through some arpeggios. There is a two octave arpeggio that I like to play. Let’s say we start on G on the […]

Concerto De Aranjuez – Intro

Rodrigo’s Concerto De Aranjuez is an very well known spanish guitar work, though it’s the Adagio theme which people are most familiar with. Today we are going to be looking at the into to the first movement. The concerto starts with a series of rasguedo chords which are played in a 6/8 and 3/4 time […]