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<<First Name>>,

19th century guitarists were striving to imitate orchestral instruments, including the oboe, flute, horn, and harp.

They also changed colours very frequently - from measure to measure!
So, don't be afraid to vary the timbre in your 19th century pieces!!!

Below you can watch the video or listen to the Podcast (which is downloadable) on tone. Behind the scenes of this video/podcast is hundreds of hours of research and practice condensed into a relatively short presentation, and you won't find this information anywhere else.

I hope you, <<First Name>>, can apply the information to your playing straight away. If you take the full course, then I will show you how to apply these effects to your pieces, and give you one-on-one guidance so you make the most of it.

Enjoy!
Daniel

P.S. More variations on Pratten's theme are to come very soon.
Play Like an Orchestra
Play Like a 19th Century Guitarist: Tone Colour
Take this course to truly learn how to think and play like a 19th century guitarist.

Course runs from March 20th - April 17th

Registration closes on Sunday March 19th at 11:59pm (EST).
Click here to learn more
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