Fingerstyle books/tunes........

Megatron

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Asked this over in the playing/tech forum, but thought I might try it here as well.

Anyone got any good recommendations for fingerstyle books. mainly tunes. I have done years worth of classical stuff and have tons of books in that style. But I'm always looking for more non classical fingerstyle tunes to workout. Thanks!
 

s2y

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Truefire has a bunch of video lessons that are really cheap if you use the download function. Even cheaper if you buy them during a mega sale.
 

Crazyquilt

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Fingerpicking Beatles by Hal Leonard. Not really complicated arrangements, but quite good, and a great selection of tunes.
 

lumena

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Lots of modern finger style at stropes.com

He is the transcriptionist for michael hedges and leo kottke.

Big recommendation for the michael hedges book. Nice left and right hand notation that helps you see exactly how the two handed rhythmic approach works. I think he has about 50 different transcriptions of various artists.
 






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