How to Play the Rumba on Any Fret of the Flamenco Guitar (Lesson #1 of 4)

This lesson is set to be an exciting one…and an interesting one too!

What you will learn in this lesson is how to play the Andalusian cadence in the compás of rumba anywhere on the guitar neck!

In this four-part lesson series, I will show you how to play barre chords within the Andalusian cadence chord progression even when you think you may have run out of frets! This is a valuable skill to have as a flamenco guitarist, especially when you encounter occasions when you are jamming with another musician who is playing in an unconventional key—at least from from a guitarist’s perspective.

Watch the videos tutorial and you’ll understand exactly what I mean. Enjoy!


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Lesson guide with TABs + standard notation

Audio backing/practice tracks

SoundSlice interactive TABs

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