Steve Fenelaro When I first met Ioannis it was a thrilling experience. Ioannis was the one who helped me to expand my knowledge and evolve my technique on electric guitar. His coaching helped me achieve my goal — to become a professional, raise the standard of my guitar playing, to deepen my knowledge of modern music and to fill all the gaps I had in my musical knowledge. Jim Nassios Student Testimonials Ioannis is an exceptional coach and a true virtuoso of the guitar.
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This time, Ioannis Anastassakis The Art of Rasguedo eliminates the guesswork on how to practice and perform the tremolo technique. Characteristically, Anastassakis presents an exhaustive analysis of the different tremolo patterns: 4-note, 5-note, 5-note extended melody tremolo, 6-note tremolo, 8-note tremolo, and continuous extended tremolo. Written in standard notation and tablature. The exercises are easy enough for anyone to work on at a slow tempo.
If you are an intermediate guitarist you could learn all the exercises in the book in a few weeks or months. The tremolo speed will come on slowly though. So, once you can play all the exercises, make sure you go through the whole book every week with a metronome, gradually increasing the tempo. It will take years to reach really fast speeds. The list of pieces that use the various tremolos is a great inclusion.
It means you can work on the pieces that use the techniques in this book without prior knowledge of the repertoire that uses it. It includes both classical and flamenco listings.
Ioannis Anastassakis – The Art Of Tremolo
The Art of Tremolo
(2008) Art of Tremolo