How to Play Entre Dos Aguas (Lesson #8) | The "Pinky Finger Killer"

In this lesson, we dive deeper into "Entre Dos Aguas," focusing on the extensive use of picado throughout the piece. If your fingers are starting to develop calluses, you’re not alone!

We’ll be tackling some interesting and fun descending chromatic notes that will challenge and strengthen your fourth fretting finger (pinky). If your hand starts cramping a bit, don't worry—just shake it out and get back to it. With a few practice sessions, you’ll find these finger movements becoming much easier.

So, grab your guitar and let’s go! ¡Vámonos!

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Lesson guide with TABs + standard notation

Audio backing/practice tracks

SoundSlice interactive TABs

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