4 Lessons in the “Exploring Fingerpicking Technique on `Ukulele” Series
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There are two distinctly different fingerpicking styles.
One is the Alternating Thumb style commonly called Travis Picking in the guitar world and Scruggs Style in the banjo world. Both named after the most famous musicians that made the style famous.
Second is the Classical (pima) style most associated with classical guitar that involves the thumb and three fingers.
This focus of this series is on the second, classical style.
This lesson covers the common terms used for identifying the fingers used. And, presents a series of single string exercises for exploring and developing the techniques needed for this style.
Exploring fingerstyle on ukulele. This lesson covers the common terms used for identifing the fingers used. And, presents a series of single and multi-string exercises for exploring and developing the techniques needed for this style.
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