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Fingerpicking Instrumental: Rainy Spring Day

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Rainy Spring Day is an instrumental tune that uses the Four Step Fingerpicking Pattern, Variation #1, along with some easy and interesting chord variations.

This is an excellent piece to study and learn to develop your fingerpicking skills and tone.

In this first of a three-lesson series, you'll see and hear the tune played all the way through. In the following two lessons, we'll look at each half of the tune, in detail.

You may wish to return to this full-length version after you have studied the piece, to see if you can play it along with me.

If you are not familiar with this pattern and this terminology, it is all explained in detail in the Acoustic Fingerpicking Course. If you are new to fingerpicking, you may wish to start at the beginning of the course to get yourself up to speed.

Acoustic Fingerpicking for Beginners 1: Getting Started

If you have experience with fiingerpicking, you may wish to refer to the following lesson to learn the pattern used in this piece.

Acoustic Fingerpicking for Beginners 3: Full Measure Variation #1

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Fingerpicking Instrumental: Rainy Spring Day