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Alex De Grassi Fingerstyle Guitar Method
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Alex De Grassi Fingerstyle Guitar Method

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer De Grassi, Alex
Publisher String Letter Publishing
Series Acoustic Guitar Private L

Price: $24.99

Catalog #00696637

UPC code: 884088653392

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Hone your technique and deepen your understanding of contemporary fingerstyle guitar with this full method taught by one of the masters of the genre. From fundamentals like properly positioning the fretting and picking hands to developing a solid alternating thumb technique, Alex de Grassi carefully guides beginning and intermediate players into the world of steel-string guitar. He then explores more advanced topics like cross-string playing, altering the texture and weight of notes and chords, slapping and tapping, and developing “depth of field” in your playing-techniques he has used in composing and arranging guitar music for over 30 years. This book includes standard notation and tablature as well as links to online audio tracks.

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