Learning fingerstyle techniques such as fingerpicking, arpeggios, and percussive slapping is an important step in becoming a well-rounded and versatile guitarist.
By studying music theory, fingerstyle guitarists can learn about the relationships between notes, chords, scales, and rhythmic patterns, and how these elements work together to create the music they play.
Fingerstyle guitar is a versatile genre that allows for a greater range of expression and tonal possibilities than other styles of guitar playing.
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With alternate tunings, fingerstyle guitarists can create new chord voicings, open tunings, and resonant drones that can add depth and complexity to their playing.