Open Chords Strumming

by Jerry Arcidiacono

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  • Hello GMC! I wrote this lesson for beginner guitarists. I'm going to talk about strumming. Take a look at the notes below. If you have a pattern of 16th notes, normally you play this pattern using the downstroke and the upstroke movements alternately. You can remove some of these movements and you have a new pattern to play.

    It's very easy to do! Anyway, you must preserve the direction of remaining movements.

    Key: G major
    Time signature: 4/4
    Tempo: 76 bpm

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