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Learn To Finger-pick Melodies In The Major And Minor Key

Rhys Bowen (1069) · [archive]
Style: Acoustic/Folk · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
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In these lessons I'm going to teach you how to finger-pick a melody on top of broken chords in the key of C and also in A minor. If you want to play in a different key you can use a capodastra. This allows you to keep the same fingering. A capo is useful either, if you don't wish to inverse the chords of a tune or, if you've already learned a tune but need to play it in a different key (to be within the range of the singer's voice for example).