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 Guitar Strumming Technique دروس مفيد جداااااااااااااااااا

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مُساهمةموضوع: Guitar Strumming Technique دروس مفيد جداااااااااااااااااا   الخميس ديسمبر 10, 2009 5:36 am

In the beginner lesson, we laid the foundations for our strumming technique. By building on that basic down-up strumming action, we can create more intricate and dynamic rhythms. However, for the most part, that fundamental action should not change, rather you'll be modifying it in various ways.
As in the previous lesson, use the video, audio and diagrams to get your bearings, and use a metronome and the jam tracks (throughout this lesson) to put what you've learned into context. Let's begin!


The "skipping a beat" guitar strumming technique

This particular technique will stay with you right through your guitar playing life, because it's the most essential modification of that basic down-up strumming pattern.
Whereas before, we were simply hitting the strings on every beat/strum...
We can skip a beat to create a jump in the rhythm and give it a more interesting movement...


Click to hear slow example >

Now, the reason I've kept those unstrummed beats as downstrums is because it's important to maintain that constant down-up action, even if you're not hitting the strings during that stroke. It's simply a case of missing the strings on the skipped beat, but the action will still be there, to get you in position for the next stroke!

However, it doesn't have to be so constant. See below for a slightly different modification of that foundation down-up strumming...

So, fewer missed beats and a more dispersed rhythm (which in theory should make it more interesting!).

Click to hear slow example >

Let's try this strumming technique over a bass and drum backing track.

Below is a jam track in the key of A major, which means you can play several A major chords (e.g. A major, A7, Amaj7 etc.). Chords are covered in a different section, so if you haven't been through the basic chord lessons yet, I recommened just using A7, using that rhythm from above...

Play/download the A major backing track >
The great thing about playing these types of patterns is that you naturally start to focus on your strumming attack, which is to do with how hard you hit the strings and also to do with muting (which we'll look at in a later lesson). The idea is to get rid of the constant drone and inject life into your strumming rhythms and chord playing
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Guitar Strumming Technique دروس مفيد جداااااااااااااااااا   الخميس ديسمبر 10, 2009 5:38 am

Let's try another example using the beat skipping technique...


Click to hear slow example >

This type of rhythm has more "jump" to it, so there's instant energy there. As we now know the basic skipping technique, let's go straight to a backing track involving 3 chords - E minor, A minor 7 and B7 (see below).

Open E minor (Em)
Open A minor 7 (Am7)
Open B7


Hear example hear >

Download/play the backing track >



Strumming attack and string accuracy

Whilst the above strumming technique is used commonly in rock and pop, there are more defined techniques that work more intricately with the bass and treble strings of the chords you're playing.
These strumming patterns require far more string accuracy, as you'll be targeting specific strings in the chord on your down and up strokes.
Let's start with a basic example using the bass and treble strings of our guitar.
This rhythm uses down strums and is best counted out as - 1 2, 1 2, 1 2, 1 2 etc. It's simply a case of hitting the bass strings of the chord you're playing with the first down strum (1), and the treble strings with the second down strum (2).
Take a listen...
Click to hear example >
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Guitar Strumming Technique دروس مفيد جداااااااااااااااااا   الخميس ديسمبر 10, 2009 5:41 am

So remember, all down strums, but you're targeting the low and high strings in a specific beat. Think of it like how a drummer would hit the bass drum followed by the snare (treble) drum to create a beat. When the example above gets going, it has a very punchy energy because of the attack of the down strums.

Let's now look at a more complex way of using this technique.
First, let's get the basic strumming rhythm nailed:



Click to hear slow example >





In the example audio/video above you should be able to hear/see the separation of the bass, mid and treble strings in the open G major chord that's being played.
We start with a down strum on the bass notes of the chord (low E, A strings), followed by a down strum in the mid section of the chord (A, D and G strings), and 3 strokes of the treble section (G, B and high e strings). The mid and treble strings may overlap, but that's not really an issue.



The key thing is to get some kind of defined separation between these chord tones from low to high (bass to treble). What this does is two things:




  1. Layer your chord playing, making it more nuanced and textured (if, of course, you're bothered about those things! Not so important in punk rock, for example).
  2. Provide your rhythm with more energy. Just like a drummer would use the bass and snare drum in certain positions to create a beat, so too can a guitarist position the bass and treble accordingly.



In the later lessons in this series, we'll expand on this strumming technique and see how it compliments different types of rhythm (especially funk inspired rhythms).

Try using the above technique over the backing track below. This time, we're going to change between G major and a variation of the open C major chord (Cadd9 to be exact).

Open G major
Open Cadd9

Listen to the example below to get your bearings first. As the jam track is a set speed (one that would be realistic for a song), you should start slow with a metronome first and gradually build up your speed.

Click to hear example >

Download/play the backing track >
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Guitar Strumming Technique دروس مفيد جداااااااااااااااااا   الخميس ديسمبر 10, 2009 5:47 am

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