Thanks for a very useful lesson! Even for those who are into die-hard shred I'd like to say that some of my favorite shred solos actually have simple strumming in the background. So once again very useful - thanks Joe!
Very nice, and applicable. Good job
Wow nice lesson Joe, keep on!
nice lesson Joe. I Like the theory and strumming part of this lesson.
great lesson Joe.
wow sounds really cool nice work
Thanks Guys, I Appreciate you Like It
nice lesson what recording device did you use and what settings because your e-guitar sounds like an acoustic guitar
Great lesson and sound Joe!
It Simply has piezo
Piezo Out Direct Injected into mic pre, sound card, some plug-in compression That's all
Great useful lesson Joe
Very useful, and a wonderful chord progression.
Lovely Usefull and great
very nice joe! good job
Great job Joe, I agree with the Oasis recommendation
Very cool lesson , and that piezo sounds awesome !
Nice one Joe
Thats good to have such lessons. I can just pick up my guitar and play some chords without metronome thats good. ;-)
nice pop Kataldo and welldone.
very nice lesson Joe!!!
Cool lesson Joe!!
That Piezo works great indeed,good job!
good lesson !
Nice lesson Joe
Useful lesson, it is important to learn clean strumming
Very nice lesson, and it is a very good backing track to practise a solo!
Beautiful chord strumming Joe. Great sound!
Very nice lesson Joe
I like this a lot
Wow, I enjoyed your lesson, Joe. What a marvellous chord progression and the strumming is awesome. Also the purposes of this lesson is very well explained. Besides you can see the left hand fingering very well in your videos. This is "economic fingering": don't move the fingers you need for the next chord. A guitarfriend told me to do so. And guess what: it works! I recommend it to all the GMC-beginners.
helped me a lot ... thanks
Great lesson! The chords were all more or less familiar but I've had problems finding strumming patterns that are interesting. So far I've mostly done 4/4 and down-down-down-down. Doesn't get much more boring than that both for me and the poor listener.
Now, getting up the speed is another issue, of course, but luckily my metronome does glacial speeds so that I can keep up.