In this course we will learn how to strum a very similar concept to the one that you learned in the First Strumming Series (D D U). Now we will bring it to the next level.
By simply doubling the speed of your strumming hand, we will create a completely different feel. This is a very useful strumming pattern that you can apply to songs like “Hotel California” by The Eagles, for example. I will give you a lot of tips on how to improve your rhythm, accuracy and how to stay motivated and not give up. It is a great addition to Beginner Course 1. This strumming pattern creates the basis of the first Master Session.
Remember that these modules are additional / expanded concepts that you need to work on, alongside the major courses.
|Module 1||Strumming Secrets – Beginner 2|
|Unit 2||Exercise 1|
|Unit 3||Exercise 2|
|Unit 4||A quick example of how to use this strumming|
|Unit 5||Exercise 3 - hit hit empty empty|
|Unit 6||Exercise 4 - hit hit empty empty with various chords|
|Unit 7||Exercise 5 - D D U with the C chord|
|Unit 8||How to improve your rhythm - exercise 5 cont.|
|Unit 9||A few more rhythm tips|
|Unit 10||Exercise 6 - D D D U|
|Unit 11||Exercise 7 - muted D D D U|
|Unit 12||Exercise 8 - D D D U with the chords Em G D C|