4.9 Fretting Exercises: Part 2

Andy | August 28, 2015 | 10 Comments

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  1. geno danny says:

    you are the best Andy !!!! watching this in 2020

  2. Gary Stout says:

    4.9 Fretting: (E-Book): You say the tabs are below, but they’re not in the E-Book.

  3. Jack Runnels says:

    there is no tab for this lesson in the guide

  4. Paul Dennee says:

    This lesson is very good.

  5. Brian Armstrong says:

    Had problems using my pinkie finger in past but have tried pushing it down with ring finger really helps.

  6. Robin Haynes says:

    I’m very glad you’re getting the pinky finger involved. I think it’s really important to start developing that finger. Also cool that you sneaked the pentatonic scale in there. Starting on the G, I might have called it the G major pentatonic, but now I guess I’m just splitting hairs! Sorry.

    • Andy says:

      Thanks Robin, no need to apologise ๐Ÿ™‚ I just want everyone to be open, honest and critical – that’s why i’m doing this. So any and all input is welcome!

  7. Anthony Gable says:

    Andy, this great the way your doing this..the last course I tried, They had me use fingers 1,2,3,4 up the neck. That was too much at the start. This is nice so many students WILL be able to do this exercise.

    • Andy says:

      There’s always the urge to try and play things way ahead of our abilities, mainly because we just want to get to something recognisable as soon as possible. But hopefully with the backing tracks and simple melody lines you can start making music and have fun almost immediately!

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