How to Play Entre Dos Aguas (Lesson #6) | Fast Picado
Would you like me to show you how to get faster picado technique on the flamenco guitar? …Particularly in the fast picado section of “Entre Dos Aguas”? After completing this lesson, you’ll see the exact method I use to achieve faster picado on the flamenco guitar.
The late, great, Paco de Lucía’s “Entre Dos Aguas” demonstrates his incredibly fast picado abilities. Most of us flamenco guitarists only dream of matching his picado, apoyado, and legado speed and precision, but that shouldn’t discourage us from striving to achieve fast picado skills like Paco.
In this lesson you’ll learn a modified approach to Paco de Lucia’s rapid picado falseta, which with practice, you’ll be able to play at 210BPM—the same tempo as the original recording of this Spanish guitar rumba classic!
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Audio backing/practice tracks
SoundSlice interactive TABs
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