Odd Rhythm Picking

by Aleksander Sukovic

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  • Hello GMC! In this lesson we will be doing a completely different kind of playing than we did in the first lesson. The title itself gives you a hint that this lesson is made to add diversity to your picking skills, as well as to make you more comfortable with understanding and playing odd rhythms.
    The song is tittled "Kalajdzisko oro". An "oro" is a type of a macedonian dance with very complex rhythmical structures.

    The lesson's structure has 9 different parts:

    -1. D major;
    -2. D major;
    -3. G major;
    -4. G major/D major;
    -5. D minor;
    -6. D minor;
    -7. E major/E sus4;
    -8. E major;
    -9. E major.

    The time signature is: 11/8,
    the tempo is: 140 BPM,
    the note durations are 16th's.

    So, I hope you'll enjoy playing "Kalajdzisko oro".

    See ya!




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