Adam Levy's “Clandestino” begins with a playful single-note figure drawn from the D major pentatonic scale (D E F# A B), followed by a series of broken sixths.
Adam Perlmutter holds a bachelor of music degree from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro and a master's degree in Contemporary Improvisation from the New England Conservatory. He is the editor of Acoustic Guitar and a longtime contributor to other Stringletter Media publications, including Strings, Ukulele, and Classical Guitar.
Favorite Guitar Album: In the solo steel-string realm, World's Fair by Julian Lage
Favorite Song to Play on Guitar: Any piece my children are learning on their respective instruments, cello and trumpet, when I help them practice.
Favorite Guitar: Collings AT 16
Articles by Adam Perlmutter