Reggae Style Lesson

by Gabriel Leopardi

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  • Hi GMC! Welcome my reggae style lesson! I recorded this one to show you some of the most common reggae guitar arrangements.

    The most important thing in reggae for guitar players is the rhythm. It’s more important your groove than your technique here. And I have to say that it isn’t easy to keep playing on tempo and that it needs to be trained. The groove that you get when you play this style is also very helpful guitar player interested in playing styles like pop, rock and funk.

    The lesson starts with a rhythmic guitar, then a repetitive melodic idea and finally a pentatonic solo. I used B pentatonic minor to compose it.

    I recommend you to listen to Bob Marley music if you like this lesson. Try to play your guitar over the songs to feel and get into the rhythm of reggae.



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