Fingerpicking 101 – Guitar Lesson – cập nhật mới

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In this lesson we talk about the basics of good fingerpicking. This lesson deals mainly with the free stroke, proper wrist position, setting the fingers on the strings, where to best pluck from the finger to produce a good tone, speed, accuracy, and volume. This is a style that I have developed over the years that incorporates classical technique and folk technique as well. I use this method for bass guitar too.

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0:12 Right hand only
0:22 how to start, no nails
0:48 How to place your right hand
1:17 Start with the E minor chord (Nothing Else Matters, Metallica)
1:40 Your first exercise, Right Hand only
2:06 Three things to think about
2:38 Set, Pluck, Relax
4:23 Problems if you don’t “Set, Pluck, Relax”
5:32 Where to pluck from, which knuckles?
6:09 Why wrist position is important
6:33 Power in fingerpicking = volume
7:10 P I M A (thumb) (index) (middle) (ring), right hand directions
7:26 Left hand finger numbers 1, 2, 3, 4
7:33 Little finger
8:11 How PIMA looks on tab
8:27 Review
8:41 Example of when the wrist needs to be low
9:21 Example of fingerpicking position on Dust In The Wind intro

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Guitar – Blueridge BR-73

Teacher – Hal Stead

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27 thoughts on “Fingerpicking 101 – Guitar Lesson – cập nhật mới

  1. Hans Olsen says:

    So glad I stumbled across your video! I honestly had no idea how to finger pluck and thought that all finger plucking music would be off limits to me! Off to practice! 🙂

  2. The Commenter says:

    I have a question, for fingerstyle with percussion, its better let the hand in the shape with less power (06:45)? Because for percurssion, if the hand is away from the guitar body, it can disrupt the beats. Exemple: -> And this guy in this video, let the hand turned down (like classical guitar players do), I tried that way of playing, and realized that the nails don't need to be so long, because the nails hit the strings with 90º angle and the sound is much more powerful, but it's uncomfortable to me that way of playing, hurts my shoulder.

    I'm very confused about the right position for the right hand to play percussive fingerstyle.

  3. Gary Phillips says:

    Thanks for the varied selection of pieces. I have to admit, I like your method better, it's quite liberating and easier to execute.There's no ONE correct way to play guitar I guess; whatever works for you, as long as it sounds good.

  4. Gary Phillips says:

    Your instruction runs contrary to what Tommy Emannuel espouses, which is "anchoring" the right hand to the guitar by placing your pinky on the guitar and your right hand's palm edge in front of the the bridge. Of course, Tommy also uses a thumb pick most of the time.

  5. frankie lucci says:

    Great lesson thank you!
    I struggle using my middle and ring finger and this lesson has helped. I have a handicap of using my thumb and index finger for years. I recently hired a teacher and he had been helping but your technique is great. I will practice it for a week and see how it gos. It's the memory I have a problem with. I always want to go back to what I have always done. Ugh!

  6. Nicholas Archibong says:

    Question! I don't see you resting your pinky finger on the guitar. When I'm fingerpicking at the guitar, I use my pinky finger as an anchor for my hand, so it's not floating above the strings. It usually helps so that I don't lose track of the position of my fingers. But would this affect my speed? Thanks Bunches!

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