Strumming Is Drumming.
Strumming is thinking like a drummer.
Strumming is making drum set grooves with downstrokes and upstrokes on your guitar, kind of like beatboxing.
Strumming is thinking about the rhythm side of music, not the notes.
A really great way to learn to strum would be to learn some of the common grooves that are out there.
What do “Drive” by Incubus, “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts, “Closing Time” by Semisonic, “One” by U2, and many other songs have in common? Basically the same strum pattern that I call “The Rock Beat”!
This course is the result of research.
I listened to 500 songs with clearly recorded strumming and put them in categories, eventually narrowing 500 songs into 51 essential patterns.
There is lots of variation going on within the 51 basic patterns. Every artist slightly tweaks how they perform the patterns. So we will also talk about a few variations for each essential pattern, so you will really be learning much more than 51 strum patterns.
In addition to learning lots of patterns, I will also show you how to strum with good technique.
We will start BASIC, then add more and more finesse as we go.
A guitar beginner will be able make his/her way through the patterns if they start with the technique sections, and keep going in order of the sections. The sections progress more or less in a logical order of difficulty.
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