To learn classical guitar, every finger mark and we have a separate function. To more clearly its view the image below:
Left finger is marked with a sequence of numbers from 1-4 starting from the index finger.
And right finger marked alphabetical order p, i, m, a, and ch (pulgar, indice, mid, annular, and chico).
To get the guitar that well then we should pay attention to posture and hold the guitar properly. Here is an example and a few things to note:
- Use a high chair without arm fit, which is about 40-50 cm.
- Sitting in the front as much as possible of the seat (not leaning back on the back of a chair).
- Put your left foot on the foot braces (foot stool) and point straight ahead. Height of foot stool can be adapted to the physical conditions of each of us.
- Place the base of the guitar on the left leg, right at the curved section of the waist of the guitar. Neck of the guitar should be tilted upward so that the head of the guitar parallel to shoulder height. It is very necessary to gain optimal coverage and reasonable from our left hand.
- Place the elbow of the right hand so that your right hand can move freely and pressing down the guitar in the style of its own weight.
The Right Hand Position
To get a good right hand position, follow the few steps below:
- Align all the fingers with palms facing down, set the distance from your wrist to the front panel guitar about as far as 5-6 cm.
- Relax your whole finger down from the wrist so that the fingers curved shape.
- Without changing the distance from the wrist, turn the direction of the finger so that the palms face front panel guitar.
Here are some pictures of the position of the hand-in-hand when viewed from another angle:
viewed from the position of the right hand face
The position of the right hand viewed from above
Keep a safe distance from the ankle to the front panel guitar and crosses to the front panel and a cross between a guitar finger direction p with i, m and a.
For starters, get a good position and the left hand on the fingerboard accurate bit difficult because the finger is still stiff beginners, it is necessary to pay attention to the instructions dengann trained guide training.
This image shows the position of the left hand fingers on the fingerboard. For the first time we tried to formulate the position of the left finger (FRET) V-string 3. Make sure each finger pressed to the edges and brackish each placed just behind the segment (FRET) is concerned then try your fingers on the loose.
This image describes the position of the thumb on the back of our necks. Thumb should be placed at about the middle of the neck, point straight up.
This image shows the position of the thumb viewed from above, it is the position of the thumb against the finger-2, and this is the focal point of all the finger pressure.
To avoid fatigue / pain at the base of the thumb we do not have to hit with too strong. With regular practice it will be pried overcome this difficulty.