How to Play a Slow, Romantic, Rumba!

The rumba is a delightful rhythm to explore when initially learning flamenco guitar. As you may have already noticed, there are various variations of the rumba, including different strumming patterns. Honestly, it can be a bit overwhelming to decipher all the variations and intricate techniques involved in this particular flamenco compás.

...However, there's no need to worry—I've got you covered. In this video lesson on the rumba, I will guide you through breaking down this specific strumming pattern, taking it one movement at a time. Once we piece it all together, you'll have a beautiful rumba rhythm to play, enjoy, and share with others!

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