In this lesson Jamie Stillway gives you some new ways to practice and to set your own path as a fingerstyle player.
It’s important to spend time moving your harmonized string pairs around the neck and getting used to how they sound in conjunction with the pedal tone. Don’t be afraid to experiment, and don’t worry too much if what you’re playing sounds “right” or not. When played with a certain intent, even notes that are technically incorrect can sound musical. Be sure to jot down any new harmonies or sounds that you discover, and use them in your playing. After all, this lesson is all about helping you find your own style.