In this course, you will learn :
- EASY guitar strum patterns
- Tips for "locking in" your strumming
- Arpeggios can be learned in a variety of ways.
- When you're ready, move on to more advanced strum patterns.
- Even if you don't consider yourself a "natural," you can learn to strum rhythmically and musically with ease.
- Discover how to commit your new strumming abilities to muscle memory.
- Add sophistication and texture to your strumming to take it to the next level.
- Learn how to use "liquid chords" to create a fast and flowing sound that you and others will enjoy hearing.
- Learn some common strumming patterns to help you develop your rhythm.
- Learn a fairly easy rhythm using what Marty calls the "Super G."
- Here you'll learn to master another simple strumming pattern. By adding new pat
- The strum pattern you learn in this video builds off the previous lesson by addi
- Learn another useful and easy strum pattern to use in various songs. The E Mino
- You'll learn a straightforward strum pattern with a simple twist added — you'll
- Here we speed up the strum pattern a bit with some chords mixed in. You'll alre
- Now you'll learn how to break up your strum patterns with arpeggios. This is wh
- In this video, you'll learn a picking pattern with single notes again in the sty
- Here you'll learn a commonly used strum pattern that is one of the most valuable
- In this video you'll learn how to add special effects to your strum patterns. T
- Here you'll learn the popular technique known as palm muting, which is a nice “d
- Learn yet another strum pattern, this one a little "sadder" in tone. Learning t
- Here you'll learn another strum pattern, but time using a triplet, which is thre
- Here Marty passes along some valuable advice in conclusion. Among other things,