Want to become a guitar master? These 20 skills must be mastered at least!(two)

Today, we continue the topic of the previous issue and continue to discuss the skills of guitar playing

9. Picking the sound:

Picking the sound is also called snapping fingers. Playing essentials: press the strings with the index finger of the right hand, put the nails of the ring finger or middle finger of the right hand into the strings, and then let the nails pop out vigorously, and a dull sound similar to snapping fingers can be produced, with a unique timbre.

10. Small land mine:

Small land mine is also called clapping strings. Its main point is to strike a few strings forcefully with the right elbow joint to make a sound like a collision. The effect is similar to that of the big drum playing method, but more rough.

11. Wheel finger:

The wheel finger is also called tremolo. This is one of the most important and difficult techniques of classical guitar. The ring finger is the rapid repetition of the same sound. The ring finger, middle finger, and index finger of the right hand move the same sound in turn, so that the fine unison is repeated continuously, forming a melody like flowing water, and the tone is very charming.

12. Gratitude:

The small notes that decorate the top of the melody are called grace. Appropriate tone accounts for the time value of the original note, and there are two types of appoggia on the guitar: appoggia on the same string and appoggia on different strings.

(1) There are two types of appogagio on the same string: ascending appogagio and descending appogagio.

A ascending appologia playing method: the right hand points out the lower note, and then uses the left finger to hit the fret of the higher note vigorously, the aftershock of the string and the percussion of the left finger make a sound, and the right hand does not play the second sound. This sound is gorgeous and beautiful.

B Downward accomodation method: Press and hold two high and low notes at the same time with the left finger, first use the right hand to pop the higher note, and then use the left finger pressed on the higher note to obliquely draw the lower note, the string The aftershock and the strength of the left finger’s pull-off make the strings sound in a lower tone. In the pull-off performance, the little finger of the left hand is used more.

(2) Appropriate notes, small notes and fundamental notes on different strings should be played separately.

13. Playing essentials of the push-pull string method:

hold down the string with the left finger, and after the sound is played with the right finger, push up or pull down with the left hand along the direction perpendicular to the string, so that the pronunciation will change greatly. In specific performances, push up and pull down are often used repeatedly.

14. Snare drum:

use the middle finger of the left hand to lift the sixth string between the seventh and ninth frets, cross and press on the fifth string, and then stay at the intersection of the two strings, and use the right hand to play the string with two fingers, and you can get snare drum. You can also twist the third and fourth strings or the first and second strings together between the seventh and ninth frets to play the snare drum sound.

15. Vibrato:

Within the duration of the note, use the main tone and a tone that is two degrees higher or lower than the main tone to repeatedly alternately produce a vibrato effect at a very fast speed. Playing essentials: press and hold the main sound with one finger of the left hand, and after pulling out the main sound with the right hand, use the other finger of the left hand to strike the string quickly and repeatedly to make the note pop out as required.

16. Left-hand cut tone:

press and hold the note to be played with the left hand, and after the right hand plays the string, the fingers pressing the strings of the left hand will be released immediately to make the strings leave the frets, but the fingers of the left hand should float on the strings to achieve elimination. purpose of sound.

17. Left-handed solo:

directly play with the left hand on the headstock to get a clarinet-like effect.

18. Overtone playing method:

Overtone is an important technique commonly used in classical guitars. Its timbre is transparent and clear, with strong penetrating power. Overtones can be divided into artificial overtones and natural overtones.

A Artificial overtones: Press the index finger of the right hand on the string directly above the twelfth fret away from the place where the left finger pressed firmly, and use the little finger or ring finger of the right hand to hook the string. (When the little finger or ring finger hooks the strings, the index finger of the right hand must leave the strings at the same time, otherwise there will be no overtone effect).

B Natural overtone: Press the left finger lightly on the strings where the equal points are located, and use the right finger to hook the strings with moderate strength. sound. The natural overtones are located at the 3rd, 5th, 7th, and 12th frets of the guitar.

19. Knocking on the board playing method:

use the nail of the ring finger of the right hand, or use the pulp of the middle finger and ring finger to lightly tap the panel on the lower side of the strings. When tapping, you need to turn your wrist, and the action should be flexible. Another way is to use the protruding part of your thumb knuckle to strike the panel on the upper side of the strings. When extorting, the thumb must be raised, but not too hard.

20. Bell tone:

Bell tone is a way of imitating a bell in the guitar playing method. The empty string tone of the high-pitched strings and the high-pitched notes of the low-pitched strings are interwoven into a group of broken down chords.

We’ve finished discussing 20 guitar tips, see you after New Year’s Day!