JAVIER CONDE is internationally recognized as one of the most gifted young flamenco guitarists. When only 15 years old, Javier Conde gained the prestigious Bordón Minero in 2004, subsequently he's been awarded with many other important flamenco prizes, as well as many oustanding critics.
ADVANCED FLAMENCO GUITAR TECHNIQUE COURSE NUMBER 2 is what you need if you're looking for really challenging exercises that will take your playing to the next level. You'll learn some of the more difficult exercises and studies that make up the daily study routine of Javier. These exercises are one of the key ingredients that helped Javier become a virtuoso flamenco guitarist.
UNLIKE NORMAL EXERCISES AND STUDIES, these ones are challenging even for an advanced flamenco guitarist. However, as you study them, you'll notice how you'll gain more mastery over you current repertoire because of the extra effort that is required to be able to play these exercises. In many studies, two or even three different techniques are practiced at the same time, making them unique and highly effective if you want to boost your technique.
COURSE CONTENT: in this course the maestro will share his study plan with you. You'll have the keys to efficiently studying as you'll learn the most effective way to study the various techniques, and how to do this in a healthy way that will avoid injury. Subsequently, you'll learn in detail how to play techniques that weren't covered in the first course such as arpeggio, arpeggio-picado, tremolo, rasgueo and abanico.
Finally, the maestro will play a series of 14 exercises and studies at two different speeds and discuss each one of them, so that you will get the maximum benefit out of them.
This course consists of 49 videos and 86+ minutes of material where you'll learn:
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Total duration: 86 m 28 s
Recommended knowledge: understanding of techniques such as arpegio, arpegio-picado, rasgueos, abanicos and picado