Here’s Part 2 (of three) of Jack Sanders‘ lesson on using scales as the foundation of a comprehensive technique. In Part 2 Jack wraps up his discussion of the left hand and gets into right-hand technique, evenness of tone and some great exercises for relaxing the right hand. Jack is playing a 2013 Richard Reynoso cedar-top.

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One Response to “Jack Sanders – Scales, Part 2”

  1. Jon Sweeney says:

    Jack Sanders has a wonderfully clear teaching method and style. What a great way to learn the basics or to remediate technique. I expect that even the most experienced players will get a little something from his video. GSI does a great service for the classical guitar community with their videos.


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