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Old 10-26-2021, 01:12 PM
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Default Matteo Carcassi: Study Nr. 7, Op.60 - Free Classical Guitar Sheet Music

Dear guitar friends 🎸,
Sharing with you https://youtu.be/6nDubLOtnTM- Matteo Carcassi: Study Nr. 7, Op.60 - Free Classical Guitar Sheet Music / TABS. 00:11 Fast Tempo & 01:20 Slow Tempo.
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Old 10-27-2021, 11:28 AM
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Thank you for sharing. I might just add this to my repertoire to help with my tremolo.
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Old 10-28-2021, 06:38 PM
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That's impressive. Very clean and precise. Great tone.
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Old 10-31-2021, 01:16 PM
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Thank you for sharing. I might just add this to my repertoire to help with my tremolo.
My pleasure. I like your comment.
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That's impressive. Very clean and precise. Great tone.
Wow! So nice to hear. I appreciate it a lot! Thank you kindly.
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Bravo!

I'm going to tackle this one and add it to my meager classical guitar repertoire. Thanks for the inspriration!
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Bravo!

I'm going to tackle this one and add it to my meager classical guitar repertoire. Thanks for the inspriration!

I've got it memorized. Next step is to burn it into muscle memory at a slow tempo. Then, off to the races.
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Old 11-27-2021, 11:51 AM
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I've got it memorized. Next step is to burn it into muscle memory at a slow tempo. Then, off to the races.

That was fast! I still have only parts of it memorized…good work!
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That was fast! I still have only parts of it memorized…good work!
Hey canuck7, here is how I approach memorizing a song.

This piece has 28 bars of music.
  • I memorize Bar 1
  • When I can play Bar 1 from memory, I memorize Bar 2
  • When I can play Bars 1-2 from memory, I add Bar 3
  • When I can play Bars 1-3 from memory, I add Bar 4
  • When I can play Bars 1-4 from memory, I add Bar 5
  • etc....
  • Until I get to where I can play Bars 1-27 from memory, and then add Bar 28

That approach really works well for me and helps me with memorization.
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That’s a good approach…I think I do similar but there’s always a few parts that drop off the memory radar! Especially if I go on vacation for a week or more…recently I read a recommendation to learn a song starting with the last measure…
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Bravo!

I'm going to tackle this one and add it to my meager classical guitar repertoire. Thanks for the inspriration!
Thank you so much! Happy for you response!! So nice!
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