Rhythm Figures Workout

by Stephane Lucarelli

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  • In this lesson we will work on fundamental rhythmic patterns, and especially the 16th notes subdivision.

    Here are some tips to take advantage of this lesson:

    - singing rhythmic figures is the best way to memorize & assimilate them.
    - choose one note on the guitar and play the rhythmic figures (you could also sing them at the same time...) .
    - play a pentatonic scale with the rhythmic figures, and/or apply to any chord you want!
    - make your own rhythm combination.
    - of course practice with a metronome!!
    - last but not least, have fun!


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