My2c about the guitar


«Guitarists spend half their time tuning and the other half playing out of tune.»

Andrés Segovia

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Yngwie J. Malmsteen, Black Star Intro: my transcription

May 02, 2016
Yngwie J. Malmsteen, Black Star Intro: my transcription


The tremolo technique: how to improve it?

April 14, 2016
The tremolo is a beautiful techniques of the classical guitar: it gives the impression of flow of notes, a continuous thread of sound.


International Guitar Research Archives: more then 1100 scores for classical guitar

March 29, 2016
The International Guitar Research Archives scores database features over one thousand public domain works from composers and arrangers across the globe.


Classical Guitar and fingernails: My2C

March 22, 2016
In the world of classical guitar, the use of fingernails has become a standard. But as I have already discussed in a previous article, there are also excellent musicians who have chosen not to use fingernails.


The Boije collection: over 1600 free works for classical guitar

March 15, 2016
Carl Oscar Boije af Gennäs was an insurance clerk and amateur guitarist. His collection includes nearly 1,000 works in print, together with hand written examples from the 19th century.


Over 1200 free guitar works from Danish Royal Library

March 10, 2016
The Danish Royal Library is really a gold mine for classical guitar players. You will find on this site more than 1200 works by composers of the 19th century, known and less known.


Classical Guitar and fingernails: the Scott Tennant's point of view

February 29, 2016
In the previous article we report the opinions of Rob MacKillop about the use of the right hand without nail, using only the touch of flesh. Today we face a traditional point of view: the famous book 'Pumping Nylon' by Scott Tennant.


Classical Guitar without fingernails? An opinion by Rob MacKillop

February 24, 2016
Never ask a group of classical guitarists if you can play even without the nails of the right hand!


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