In this session, we will work on a refreshed version of the strumming DDU. You may think about it as DDU with a twist.
We will add an additional upstroke which will make it a very versatile strumming pattern that you will be able to use in a lot of folk and rock songs. We will discus the ways to practice the strumming with different chords. I will share some cool guitar tips and we will practice together. The speed is getting faster, so it will also be a little bit more challenging, but because you are getting better on the guitar, we can start doing some really cool and handy strumming. Lets start.
Remember that these modules are additional / expanded concepts that you need to work on, alongside the major courses.
|Module 1||Strumming Secrets – Beginner 3|
|Unit 2||Exercise 1|
|Unit 3||Quick tips for targeting the strings|
|Unit 4||Exercise 2 - DD34|
|Unit 5||Exercise 3 - DD34 with various chords|
|Unit 6||Exercise 4 - DDU34|
|Unit 7||Pay attention to how you finish|
|Unit 8||Exercise 5 - DDU34 with chords G and D|
|Unit 9||Try to feel the rhythm|
|Unit 10||Exercise 6 - DDUU with the A minor chord|
|Unit 11||Exercise 7 - DDUU with chords Am and C|
|Unit 12||Exercise 8 - DDUU with chords Em and G|
|Unit 13||Exercise 9 - DDUU with chords C and G|
|Unit 14||Exercise 10 - DDUUU|
|Unit 15||Final notes|