Modern Fingerstyle Guitar
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | November 1, 2017
Fingerstyle guitar playing has always been a favorite amongst acoustic and electric guitarists alike. It has been said that fingerstyle playing gives players more expression. During this FREE workshop, Seb Goldswain will discuss the various aspects of his fingerstyle playing.
Where: Paul Bothner Music Claremont
Corner Central & Hawthorne Road
When: 4 November 2017
Who Should Come
Anyone who wants to either break into fingerstyle playing, or who wants to refine their fingerstyle playing will benefit from this FREE workshop.
Not sure if fingerstyle playing is for you? Then come and check it out. Maybe this is exactly the workshop to answer that question one way or another.
What to Expect
During the course of this workshop, Seb will discuss the finer details of fingerstyle playing. He will, more specifically be looking at:
Playing with a thumb pick
Thumb Independence – moving your thumb without moving your other fingers
Improvisation Ideas for Fingerstyle Playing
Live acoustic guitar tone – getting that perfect fingerstyle tone from your guitar while playing live.
Professionalism, and what is expected from the Pro Musio.
More About Seb
At the tender age of twenty-five, Seb Goldswain is already as one of the top performing guitar players in the country. Seb is a highly versatile musician. He has studied Jazz guitar and Composition (Hons) at UKZN.
Seb performs with his own original electric band. In addition, he regularly works with some of SA’s top established artists. He also performs his own highly energetic original solo acoustic set to wild reception.
Armed with either an acoustic guitar or with an electric guitar and a Marshall stack, Sebastian has the rare ability to wow and draw crowds into a frenzy with nothing but his original music, electric stage energy, and outstanding guitar playing.
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