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Guitarists often want to play the Cuban tres tumbao. Here is an exercise to help you understand the tumbao played by the tres player. G minor.
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In this introduction, Dayron Ortega, talks about the guitar.
Here is a very short clip on playing changüi on the piano. It is normally played on the Cuban tres, but here Emilio talks about adapting the piano for this...
In this lesson, Leonel talks about the Cuban bolero and plays a fantastic solo. He also discusses the guajeo, or introduction to the solo.
In this lesson Leonel shows how to adapt the cha-cha-chá to the Cuban tres. Although cha-cha-chá is not normally played on the Cuban tres, it has been done and can...
In this lesson Leonel talks about picking and gives two exercises to develop independence between the right and left hands on the Cuban tres. If you don’t have the Cuban...
Leonel talks about the guaira pattern and how to play it on the Cuban Tres. This very typical guajira pattern can be easily be changed to a major key.
In this lesson Leonel "Guajiro" Gonzalez talks a little more about the history of the Cuban tres guitar. Its role and what music styles feature the Cuban tres.
Leonel discusses the origins of the Cuban tres, its tuning and shows a few patterns both traditional and modern son.