Very nice tutorial Darius - I bet we also have some intermediate/advanced guitarist who have overlooked this just like I have!
Great thing is that it's never too late to fill the gap and get familiar with some strummign essentials. IMHO it really helps to workout smooth and relaxed right hand mechanics.
Yes, and I have found it extremely beneficial for my overall sense of rhythm.
This topic really covers the macros of alternate picking - in a sense.
You are a killer teacher. I love how you break everything down and make it so simple and easy to follow. That's why I always say that the key to learn any kind of instrument it's to find the right teacher. Practice is just what helps you to become good at instrument.
Great lesson. Helps me brush up on my strumming. It would be great to have a second lesson on strumming but with a little more in depth description on chord choice and progressions.
Have a great one!
Hi Orion. It will be a series, so you will be able to see more examples and make your won conclusions. What you describe is more a great forum topic to have a complex discussion, than a task for lesson. It's too subjective and complex to put it in a lesson...though after you'll look at the series you will partially answer your own question by viewing examples
For more basic strumming / chord progressions, this lesson springs to mid: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/picnic-panic/