Once you learn some basic chords, the strumming is the binding element. It is the X-factor that makes chords sound like a song. In this course we will work on some basic strumming principles.
I will explain in detail, how to position your strumming hand and how to transition between the chords in order to achieve a very natural feeling rhythm.We will work with the metronome and build to full strumming patterns, starting with very simple core exercises.
This series is a great addition to the absolute beginner course. It is something that you should add to your general practising routine.
|Module 1||Strumming Secrets – Beginner 1|
|Unit 1||Introduction & exercise 1|
|Unit 2||Exercise 2 - DUDU|
|Unit 3||Exercise 3 - DDD with A minor|
|Unit 4||DUDU with various chords - exercise 4|
|Unit 5||DDU muted - exercise 5 - IMPORTANT!|
|Unit 6||DDU with A minor chord - Exercise 6|
|Unit 7||Strumming DDU with various chords - exercise 7|
|Unit 8||DDUUDU introduction - exercise 8|
|Unit 9||DDUUDU with the chords Am Em|
|Unit 10||Tips for smooth chord changes|
|Unit 11||DDUUDU with various chords + song recommendations|