Hi guys.chip_mccullough wrote:I can certainly see how the 'p' comes into use there. But I am not sure about that 'm' myself.scott lewis wrote:...on page six, first damping of the e string, is mr delcamp doing that with the 'm' finger?
I'm just a beginner myself, but standard classical is to call the right hand P - I - M - A and to call the left hand 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 so there is not any confusion. If you would like to relate the two together, 1 = I, 2 = M, 3 = A, and 4 = "pinky" (but of course on the left hand). Thumb is not numbered because... well... this is classical and not travis picking I guess.Prem wrote:Hi Friends,
I only came 2 days back when i was told that I can learn classical guitaring with Mr. Delcamp. I am so privileged and proud.
I have started practicing page 6 exercise 1 but I got a confusion. Please answer it
1) What is the meaning of \1, \2, \3, \4 (as mentioned in page 4). Do they describe right hand \p \i \m \a?
2) Can they ever describe left hand finger numbers? If Yes, how to differentiate?
3) Exercise 1(pg 6) , Bar 7 says we have to stop the preceding note G with 2 finger? Finger 2 = Index. But as we are playing D Note with the index, how can we stop preceding note G with same finger. I can't see this in video also.
Please clear me
Mike,Prem wrote:1) What is the meaning of \1, \2, \3, \4