Andres Segovia once said:
“The guitar is a small orchestra. It is polyphonic. Every string is a different colour, a different voice”.
That is the power of the guitar.
All of which can be played at different volumes and with different tones. Treating each string like this is like the equivalent of adding 3-dimensional cinema to a movie.
Musically this will add a real layer of depth where things start to sound really deep and rich.
This style of playing really suits solo fingerstyle arrangements where it is extra important to treat the melody, bass, and chords tones slightly differently.
I explain and teach this in detail with over 17 arrangements of stunning pieces, all in The Fingerstyle Collection.
Best of all, because of the “3-step Method”, this concept is actually easier to learn than you may think.
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