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These foundational skills are important,
especially for those of you who are just
starting out, those who haven't been
playing for awhile, and those of you who
already play some other style of guitar,
but are new to the classical guitar.
If you like,
you can send me a video where you show me
how these skills are coming along for you.
I can check out your free strokes, rest
strokes, hand positioning and so on.
Just pick any exercise you like that
demonstrates some of these skills.
Now, as you consider sending me a video,
be sure to take a look at what I've told
other students about these foundational
skills.
Once you feel ready, record a short video
of yourself playing, and
then follow the instructions to upload it
for me to review.
I'll go ahead and take a look and then
give you some feedback.
It's important that you develop good
habits, so
let me help you get off to just the right
start.
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