RossStep wrote:Also, if anyone has a good tip on preventing buzz notes it would be appreciated.
Hi Ross, I don't normally get time to look at the videos here, unfortunately, and I'm not a particular expert either, but your question caught my eye and I noticed you hadn't had any suggestions yet. So I had a quick look and my tip would be to try to get your left-hand fingers just behind the frets. In some cases, noticeable for instance on the lowest note of your C chord, your finger looks to be rather too far away from the fret, and this can lead to buzzing. Incidentally it appears you were playing a chord sequence of Am, C, Dm, E, which wasn't actually the sequence given in the music, though it sounded very nice
. I thought your Ferrer was very nicely played too.
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