Sorry about that, the listing is updated
Hello Mazen! Welcome to lesson 1! (I'm only only lesson 2...)
Welcome aboard! Be conscience of your thumb placement. It should be behind the neck of the guitar versus over the top of the neck as we usually do with steel string guitars. Other than that, nicely done.
Happy New Year and Welcome Aboard! It is hard for me to tell from the recording angle but I believe you are playing the string at a right angle with your right hand. This is causing your wrist to curve sideways to the ground. You might find the video at the link provided below useful. Make sure to navigate 3/4 down the page to the section "Personal Coaching Calls" to watch Connie Shue (the instructor) explain the appropriate technique. (This is not a plug for CGC - I do not know enough about this website to comment either way)
Not too bad at all Aaron! Now, it's totally up to you if you want to further polish up any of the pieces or to move forward.
I should have warmed up a bit more. New to the capturing my playing on video. Even though no one was home, I still got nervous. Thanks for the comments. I look forward to Lesson 2.Christopher Langley wrote: ↑Wed Feb 06, 2019 9:02 pmNot too bad at all Aaron! Now, it's totally up to you if you want to further polish up any of the pieces or to move forward.
Personally, I still play Old Mac Donald to this day for a warm up It's a good familiar tune and a good way to practice alternation! All of these beginner tunes are, soak it up, move forward when you feel ready.
See you on lesson 2.
Good first effort Aaron. Just curious if you have steel strings on your guitar.