Alternate picking and its cousin the tremolo are considered essential techniques for the mandolin player to master. Whether you play fiddle tunes, rags, bluegrass, classical, jazz, or Led Zeppelin, a well-organized right hand is essential to mandolin playing. This workshop includes a series of exercises designed to build right-hand strength and coordination. Soon after you have added these exercises to your daily routine, you should notice a difference and be able to play faster, smoother, and more relaxed.
Video 1: Right Hand Stuff
Video 2: Using Your Metronome
Video 3: Basic Alternate Picking
Video 4: Dividing By Two, Three, and Four
Video 5: Crossing Strings
Video 6: G-String Exercises
Video 7: D-String Exercises
Video 8: A-String Exercises
Video 9: E-String Exercises
Video 10: Starting On The Upbeat (up-stroke)
Video 11: Playing The Rests
Video 12: Tremolo
Video 13: More Fun With Your Metronome
Video 14: Crucial Scale Sequences: G Major
Video 15: Crucial Scale Sequence One Variations
Video 16: Crucial Scale Sequence Two Variations
Video 17: Crucial Scale Sequence Three Variations
Video 18: Crucial Scale Sequence Four Variations
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