Maneli Jamal Acoustic Guitar Lesson | Two Hand Tapping Exercise

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Award-winning fingerstyle guitarist Maneli Jamal demonstrates in this short acoustic guitar lesson how to play a two-hand tap exercise that really pushes our ability to multitask with left and right-hand coordination. This is done with a capo on the 2nd fret as it makes tapping with the fingers easier to manage on the acoustic guitar. Download tab:

Maneli strings his Cole Clark Signature Model with Elixir® Acoustic Phosphor Bronze Strings with NANOWEB® Coating, HD Light (13-53).

Elixir Strings inspire me to pick up my guitar more because of that rich tone that we all want out of our acoustic guitars.” – Maneli Jamal

Maneli, based in Toronto, Canada, has wowed audiences around the world with his visual style of acoustic guitar playing. He incorporates many musical textures in his performances while keeping rhythm – you’ll swear he has a trio with him. In 2020 he released two new albums and was recognized in MusicRadar best acoustic guitarist poll. Check out his new in-depth online guitar course, Fingerstyle Pro, for more acoustic exercises.

Guitarists like Maneli play Elixir Phosphor Bronze Strings for the rich and full-bodied tone and a smooth feel that allows them to play with precision and ease. The 80/20 Bronze with NANOWEB Coating is bright and focused with the same smooth feel while the 80/20 Bronze with POLYWEB® Coating is warm with a slick and fast feel. No matter which acoustic string is your go-to, rest assured all Elixir Strings provide tone that lasts and lasts and lasts. Check them out.

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