Dec
08

Here’s another great lesson from Adam del Monte, this time on Arpeggio technique, which he points out is the foundation of all right hand technique for the guitar. Adam’s playing a 1977 Antonio Raya Pardo flamenco. For more lessons from Adam you can check out his website – www.NewLearningVision.com.

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7 Responses to “Adam Del Monte – Arpeggio Lesson”

 
  1. LAWRENCE says:

    Great guitar ,equal to any Reyes ,Gerundino , etc.

  2. LAWRENCE says:

    The Raya Pardo and Del Monte really go well together ,so well suited.

  3. LAWRENCE says:

    One of the best looking and sounding flamenco guitars I have encountered ,and I have seen and heard lots.

  4. Marlo Briones says:

    Hi, Adam I really liked your explanation on tones. I will like to know how flamencos guitarist learn to play, by just hearing a song? I have played classical guitar but I would really like to play Rumba flamenca and Bulerias. I will also like to know how flamencos measure music or count time?

  5. Areg says:

    Hi Adam,
    Please write to me the name and manufacturer of the Guitar Support that you use, to put the guitar on your right leg.
    thanks,
    Areg

  6. Bob Vasquez says:

    Thank you for all the guidance. Also, I really enjoyed listening in at your Master’s Class in San Luis Obispo.

  7. Peter says:

    These mini lessons are really lovely and you explain them well. That’s a feather in your cap because I’ve known many players who are lousy teachers. It’s a real shame though that all these right hand techniques weren’t also shot from a side view as that angle would have given a much needed focus on what you were trying to explain. The explaination, ofcourse, was absolutely essential but the addage, “One picture is worth a thousand words”, would really have applied. Be that as it may, I still enjoyed it. Bravo!