cool job, man! Nice one! I like the nice feel
I can remember how difficult it was to get the right hand working with the rhythm without additional information, therefor i think this lesson is still to difficult for a real beginner. You have to break it down more when it comes to apply the rhythm. But thats just mine opinion.
Nevertheless nice lessons!
Sounds like in the 60`s and i like it !
The Tab Isn't for this song ???? Is it
Hi Speedie700, thanks for feedback - the tab has now been updated.
Please feel free to let us know if you need any help with the lesson.
Hey there guys! I thought this might be useful to you, so I came back with a few thoughts on how I'd approach things - there are two possibilities which can both lead to right hand technique improving results:
1) learn the patterns as they are explained in the slowed down videos by using the method below:
- left hand - please notice where each chord is being changed by counting while listening to the original recording. Change the chords along with it and don't strum, just mark the change with a downstroke. Before doing this, just listen to the recording without playing and count - in your head or out loud. Can you feel the pulse of the recording?
- right hand - how does the pattern for the strumming look and sound if we would exclude the left hand from the equation? Mute your strings with the left hand until no sound can be heard when you strum, except for the 'chuck chuck' of course. Try to follow the right hand of the instructor to nail the strumming pattern and play only with the right hand while muting the strings along with the original recording. Don't forget to count, as in the previous case.
Now your hands know what to do separately
- step 3 is to put them together - apply the strumming pattern of the right hand to the chord changing pattern of the left hand over the original recording. It will take some time, because it's a matter of coordination and learning how to count but, this is how one can basically learn a rhythmic pattern.
2) When you feel confident enough you can record against the original video and by comparing the takes, spot the right hand differences. I hope this helps
Hey guys - if you want to understand the ghost chords that Bear uses at the end of the bars, I explained the concept here in detail: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ef2x-45o_Gg&feature=youtu.be