On the main "groove" of this, in the g chord on step 1 about 25 seconds in...are you strumming down on the G, then down on 3rd fret B string, then UP on the 3rd fret e string, then down again on the next bass note?
fingerstlye, merle travis, chet atkins, llewyn davis, alternating bassby Chris Shofner
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Welcome to my lesson devoted to the basic Country rhythm. The main thing about playing country rhythm is in simplicity. Simple major scale and chord progression of a few basic major chords makes wonders. At first glance this may look a little hard, but I will try to assure you that it isn't. Major scale harmony is the key to learning and playing country rhythm. By harmonizing each note of the major scale with a triad, we can learn all the chords available to us in any major key. This is how every song is played. For this lesson I'm going to leave out some advanced picking techniques, such as hybrid playing, and we will focus only on the basis strumming.
Guitar : Fender Squier telecaster
Equipment : Sonar8 DAW, Guitar Rig5 plugin
Tempo : 100 bpm
Signature : 4/4
Chord progression : G/Am/C/D7
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