Very useful, love the pick
Nice lesson, great pick
Where can you get that pick?
Cool lesson Muris!!!
Great beginner lesson. Glad to see the light pick has made a comback!
Cool pick! and nice lesson. Surely useful.
I hope this lesson will help our GMCers beginners!
Nice lesson, Muris! For once you didn't throw in some difficult lines!
I'm sure this will be of great help to beginners!
Muris...you have the best beginner lessons on the site! THANK YOU!!!!!!!
Useful and smart! Great topic Muris!
cool lesson Muris
I want this pick!!
useful lesson muris
Awesome lesson I've been waiting on something like this
Excellent Perfect for beginners
I think this will help lots of beginners, and lots of people have been asking for classes for ultra-beginners.
By the way, is this the v-pick? which one? sound is really bright and free of pick noise. (nice for acoustic playing)
Useful lesson Muris!
Perfect lesson to start up with chords!
Great basic lesson.
MURIS ! MORE STRUMMING LESSON PLEASE. Thank you
cool beginners lesson Muris.
Gus,it's The Light Pick,check it out.
Nice lesson Muris.
At first I thought it was an e bow
Nice lesson Muris ! Well done
I think this might be easy for me, but still I'll do this lesson, just to get things right
It's good to see a very advanced player like you, doing beginner lessons! Thumbs up Muris!!!!
Sorry, for this second comment, but little question
Why is it that sometimes a Gmaj is played with a 3rd fret B string, and sometimes without? Also, which is better, with or without?
Is that a UFO in your hand muris ?
It is simple but important! Very good lesson Muris!!! Great idea to help beginners!
kaznie_NL @ both versions are fine actually,
there is no better one.
Still,many players use it with
note D on 3rd fret B string more often
comparing with using open B string.
I believe the reason is 6th interval
that appears between open B
and note G on high E string,3rd fret.
Interval of 6th isn't that often found
inside the chord played on guitar,
larger interval we have
between two notes is usually 5th interval,
so that might be the reason.
cool lesson Muris, really useful for beginners, although everybody should practice it
Very nice lesson Muris. Useful for everyone
Very useful lesson. Excelent!
You did fantastic job in keeping this lesson simple while still including variations to make it interesting - awesome Muris!
Nice lesson Muris! I can't remember the last time I focused on chord changes and arpeggios before like this. Probably because I never have! Thanks for giving me a reason to do so because as simple as this is, it didn't go so smooth the first few times through!
Very nice lesson, having really fun with it
hahah sexy pick cool
Nice clean sound. Thanks for the lesson! Clancy
Nice lesson, but the pick is even nicer
Wow, cool beginners lesson Muris ..nice easy progression to jam along a bit also...how does it feel here being on the other pole of the difficulty scale?
Excellent lesson for beginners Muris
Strange that you found this one,
ain't that newer.
Nice lesson ! I guess even more advanced players could use it to improve rhythm placement !
Could be Alex, could be.
Finally I can play something that Muris plays LOL thanks a lot