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6-Beginner's Journey | 6th Adventure - Strumming And Rhythm

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  1. SECTION 1: Learning to Groove
    6-1 INTRO: The Power of The Pendulum
  2. 6-2 How to Read A Strum Diagram
  3. 6-3 Doing The Simple Down-Up Strum With Style
  4. 6-4 Pop-Rock Strum
  5. 6-5 Learn “Easy Come Easy Go”
  6. 6-6 Play “Easy Come Easy Go”
  7. 6-7 Country Bass Strum
  8. 6-8 Rhythm And Time Signatures
  9. 6-9 Easy Bass Strum
  10. 6-10 Learn “Soft But Heavy” Reprise
  11. 6-11 Play “Soft But Heavy” Reprise
  12. 6-12 3/4 Bass Strum
  13. 6-13 Learn “Easy Morning Waltz”
  14. 6-14 Play “Easy Morning Waltz”
  15. SECTION 2: Strumming With Style
    6-15 Best Strumming Lesson
  16. 6-16 Country Folk Strum
  17. 6-17 Alternating Bass Strum
  18. 6-18 Bass Note Fun
  19. 6-19 Learn “You Know Best”
  20. 6-20 Play “You Know Best”
  21. 6-21 Simple 6/8 Strum
  22. 6-22 Play “House Of The Rising Sun”
  23. 6-23 Modern Pop Strum
  24. 6-24 Play “It’s Been So Long”
  25. SECTION 3: More Strum Techniques
    6-25 Right-Hand Mute Technique
  26. 6-26 Easy Rock Strum
  27. 6-27 Play “Making A Stand”
  28. 6-28 Acoustic Rock Strum
  29. 6-29 Learn “Easy As Setting Sun”
  30. 6-30 Play “Easy As Setting Sun”
  31. 6-31 Blues Shuffle Strum
  32. 6-32 Simple Shuffle Exercise
  33. 6-33 12 Bar Blues In E
  34. 6-34 Learn “Blues Monday”
  35. 6-35 Play “Blues Monday”
  36. 6-36 Learn Island Wind – Chords
  37. 6-37 Play “Island Wind”
  38. 6-38 Island (Rake-Mute) Strum
  39. BONUS SECTION
    6-39 BONUS: How To Develop Good Rhythm While Strumming
  40. 6-40 BONUS: Strumming Smoothly Using a Pick
  41. 6-41 BONUS: Changing Chords On Time While Strumming Guitar
  42. 6-42 BONUS: How to Find The Alternate Bass Notes of a Chord
  43. 6-43 BONUS: Alternating Bass Strum Exercise [open chords]

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The bass strum pattern we learned is in the 4/4 (four-four) time signature. They can also be played in other time signatures. Like 3/4 (three-four). 

The feel changes completely when you play it in 3/4. It feels a little more upbeat and peppy. You’ll see it in Country, Folk, and Bluegrass. And Mariachi music is very well known to use this. 

Just by changing the strumming pattern you can change the entire vibe of a song. Even using the same chords. 

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