We have another video lesson from Scott Morris illustrating concepts from his method Classical Guitar Complete. This time Scott tackles the topic of bass string dampening, using Villa-Lobos’ Mazurka Choro as his example, and looks at why we need to dampen bass strings and a few techniques to achieve this. Scott is playing a 2014 Woon Sun Lee cedar/maple guitar.

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3 Responses to “Scott Morris On String Dampening”

  1. Forrest Anderson says:

    Great lesson!

    What about palm muting?

  2. Fernando says:

    Well explained Scott, thanks a lot.

    I have a request for you. Could you post a video on how to be more efficient to play on barred positions. Any specific exercises? I know each person has different finger shapes, and different guitars also respond differently. My difficulty is on the 7th fret and higher on the neck.


  3. Sandy says:

    Hi Scott, great lesson.
    Nice to see you are doing so well. I was just about to sell my Ramirez when I found this site.(You were my teacher, beginning guitar.) Thanks for the inspiration.


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