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Guitar Lessons: Beginner
Learn the best strumming patterns for virtually any slow song.
is the best strumming style to use when playing slow songs (50
beats per minute or less), like for example, some religious songs
sang in church? I don't seem to have a problem playing songs which
go 60 bpm or over, but on slower songs, I seem to have a problem
getting a sense of any rhythm at all. Would using triplets help me
to keep in step with the beat for very slow songs? Any other
Yes, eight note triplets are a good
idea if appropriate for the song.
A good idea is simply one strum on the first beat and let the
chord ring for the rest of the bar.
Finger picking (arpeggio style) can be effect, again it depends on
In summary *less is more*, leave those beautiful spaces in the
music, it let's the music breathe.
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