If you've never heard the term "Cross-String Trill" - don't worry, you're not alone!
But it refers to this incredibly unique classical guitar technique that almost makes your guitar sound like a harpsichord.
And most importantly, I've found that when I regularly incorporate cross-string trills in my practice routine - my scales and arpeggios suddenly get much faster and more accurate.
And that's no coincidence.
In today's guitar lesson, I'm going to teach you how to play cross-string trills, I'll share a fun musical exercise you can use to practice them, and you'll learn how to incorporate them in your practice routine to help improve all other areas of your plucking hand technique.
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