The 2-finger rasgueado (I-A-I) is very unique to flamenco guitar although it can certainly be used in classical or any other genre. This technique is played with by contracting the I (index) finger and then extending A (middle) and I (index) to get a triplet feel. This rasgueado is always played with clear rhythmic separation between the fingers. When you play it, make sure that you hear even spacing between each finger.
In this video, I share examples of the I-A-I rasgueado and share a few exercises so that you can develop this technique correctly. This video is appropriate for beginner & intermediate students of both flamenco and classical guitar.
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