Dixie Rhythm Guitar

by Sinisa Cekic

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  • Hi GMCers!

    Welcome to mu lesson about Dixie guitar!

    "Dixieland music is an early style of jazz which developed in New Orleans at the start of the twentieth century, and spread to Chicago and New York City in the 1910s. Dixieland jazz combined brass band marches, French quadrilles, ragtime, and blues with polyphonic improvisation by trumpet (or cornet), trombone, and clarinet over a "rhythm section" of piano, guitar, banjo, drums, and double bass or tuba. The classic Dixieland sound is created by one instrument playing a melody while the other lead instruments improvise around it, creating a chaotic yet cohesive sound." - Wikipedia

    In this lesson we will focus only on the rhythm guitar. Common Dixie rhythms are very fast and it takes a lot of concentration to play the rhythm. In this lesson, I'll try to explain the structure of chords, variations and everything else related to this style.

    Guitar : PRS SE Singlecut

    Equipment : Sonar8 DAW, Guitar rig 5 plugin

    Tempo : 150 bpm

    Signature : 4/4

    Chord progression : C6/C7/G6/G7/Cm7/Daug/D7

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