The 4-FINGER rasgueado (CAMI) in flamenco guitar is likely one of the oldest rasgueados in the series. It is played with by extending fingers C (little), A (ring), M (middle) and I (index) and often following up the extensions by contracting the “I” finger to create a loop. This rasgueado is often played with clear rhythmic separation between the fingers although a more compact (i.e., less separated) sound can be used as well depending on the guitarist’s aesthetic preference.
In this video, I share examples of the CAMI rasgueado and share a few exercises so that you can develop this technique correctly. This video is appropriate for beginner to intermediate students of both flamenco and classical guitar.
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