In Flamenco Guitar Secrets, you will learn many techniques and many forms.
Here’s a small taste of the “Tangos” form.

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A lot of is really hard in the 3rd G key.
So this would be the 3rd G key por medio.
And the 3rd G key por arriba would be A-minor,
G-7, F, E-major. So if I were to do a tango,
which is generally done in por medio, that would be here.

So let’s work, then, a little bit on the rhythm
of the tango and how the hand, the fingering
and what you have to do with your right hand
to do a tango.

I’m going to give you three or four —
I’m going to give you even more —
five or six different variations of tango.

Basically it’s one, two, three, four.
This is the skeleton. So, again, one more time.
One, two, three, four; one, two, three, four;
one, two, three, four.

Now, a lot of times when we play this G,
the stay here, we can manipulate it because
this is really a G-diminished.

So you can bend it and play it with this
note here, the A-sharp. So that was one
way of playing a tango.

Another way within the rhythm of
four-count for a tango would be…


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