In this lesson, I want to give you a 3-step process for building picking speed that’s meant to be relaxing and fun!
There’s a big misconception that floats around that says speed comes from…
Setting a metronome.
It’s not that a metronome isn’t a useful tool (don’t worry I still use one!), but there’s a step you must complete before you think about turning on the metronome.
And I cover it all in today’s lesson from Lesson 6 of 7 in the brand new Arpeggio Studies Vol. II course.
First, watch the performance of the piece Arpeggio Studies Vol. II, No. 5 where I really pick up the fingerpicking speed…
Now, I know some of you watched that and said…
“I could never fingerpick that fast!”
However, stick with me, because I’m going to show you how you can start building fingerpicking speed today no matter where you’re at.
Watch the next video to uncover the 3-step process you can apply to fingerpick faster without brute force and without setting a metronome.
Use the alternating “p-i-m” arpeggio pattern as a reference to apply the concepts in the video to improve your fingerpicking speed.
Our starting point for building speed is different for each of us!
Don’t compare your speed to me or someone else you saw on the internet.
Get curious about what you can discover the next time you sit down, pick up your ukulele, and follow the process I outlined in the video above!
There’s still a little bit of time to join me in the Arpeggio Studies Vol. II course for the special members-only discounted price.
If want to expand your repertoire of solo pieces and have help and support each step of the way, then join me in the Arpeggio Studies Vol. II course today.