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Reaver
I was thinking it would be really nice to have some guitar rhythm lessons that aren't ordinary. And what exactly I mean is establishing a rhythm by hitting the guitar above the sound hole with your hand or below it or something. Maybe you already know what I'm talking about but if you don't, here is one of many examples of an effective way of using this technique: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUiWQRAeeEw

But there is also the technique of using your thumb to slap the low E to get a kind of percussion sound as well, check out the song called "Neon" by John Mayor.

I'm not sure if there are many others that are interested but I'd like to see at least one lesson dedicated to rhythms created that are more along the lines of percussion, but still using the guitar to achieve the rhythm!
Muris Varajic
I can't record acoustic guitar(mean real acoustic) so hitting body to get percussion efx is out of my reach atm...
But I can do something similar using electric guitar,thanks for idea,will work on lesson. smile.gif
Kyle Logue
Here's another cool video

Silly guitarists trying to be drummers. haha just kidding.
Andrew Cockburn
QUOTE (Kyle Logue @ Feb 3 2008, 04:49 PM) *
Silly guitarists trying to be drummers. haha just kidding.


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Gerardo Siere
Folk music from argentina has a regular "hitting" or use or the noises in their groove and mos of the rythm are in a combined 3/4 6/8 polirythm. Don´t know if it´s interesting.
Gerardo Siere
Also lot of bumblefoot stuff has a lot of percusive stuff but I don´t know how he does it Check out mailng carbuncle or the solo from I can´t play the blues or the solo from Vomit....
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