advanced fingerpicking songsseeing as how we're all looking for 'em
Posted 20 October 2010 - 07:21 PM
You have to use the hybrid picking - using a pick and index and ring fingers.
I think I have about 7 down now.
If I ever get a decent acoustic guitar that is playable, then
maybe I would be able to actually play them.
Posted 30 January 2012 - 10:02 AM
Looking for harder stuff that isn't classical!
I found this one pretty challenging...
After I worked it out (more or less) this is what I came up with...
(I then also played a "skeleton" of the tune more slowly and listed the chords and chord-frags as I more or less determined them to be in the "Lyrics" section to make it a bit easier for someone to work with.)
There's a little more information on the tune inside this past topic...
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Posted 01 July 2013 - 05:30 AM
I think bluegrass and country songs are the best finger picking songs, especially songs like Demons by Greensky Bluegrass. Do you guys think my song would sound alright on the acoustic? I've been thinking about doing an acoustic version but I'm not sure yet!
Posted 01 July 2013 - 07:10 AM
Agree with Gary Null - Steve Howe pieces are very good to learn. Bert Jansch also has some tracks well worth learning. Check 'Peregrinations' and 'One For Jo'.
Hendrick - yes this track could work if you use the main riff as the bass part and add some melodic colouring. It has potential. How is your picking technique?
Posted 28 April 2015 - 02:06 PM
The list is very long but I think we can add to it:
"Las abejas" and "La catedral" - Agustin Barrios
"Desvairada" - Garoto (Brazilian composer)
"12 studies" - Villa Lobos
"Loro" - Egberto gismonti (performer: Paulo Martelli, arranged by Daniel wolf)
Posted 11 May 2015 - 03:22 AM
Yeah, "Yesterday - The Beatles" is a great song for the beginner guitarist because I am also learning that song too.
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