How to Play "Entre Dos Aguas," by Paco de Lucía (Lesson #4) | Lead Guitar Tutorial - Part 2
You are now about to begin studying Lesson # 4 for “Entre Dos Aguas.” In this lesson you will learn the second part of the lead guitar section, where you’ll be introduced to some rather interesting chords you may have never played before.
You will also encounter some insanely high notes on the fretboard—at least for the flamenco guitar—ranging from the 14th to the 17th fret!
The apoyado and picado parts will be progressing in speed, which will prepare you for the next lesson, where the notes will figuratively fly off the tablature page!
…With all that said, buckle up! Hold on tight to your fretboard because here we go!
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