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rhythem pattren

hey guys...well i have a new guitar teacher...and i told him before my old one left we were working on rhythem pattrens...and he told me the main one that i could use in most songs is down for one beat then down up down up then next chord and do that again abd if the is something in front of it like in whisky lullabye by brad pasliey.....but jus gettin back from a concert and tryin wat he said it looks like they do more than jus that.......wat do u guys think....



hope wat i typed was clear

peace
jessie
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Re: rhythem pattren

7/29/2007 2:48 AM

Obee Obier (4521) wrote:

wow... you're typing was too clear, so I missed the point ... so what
was the question?

anyhow ... practice and be true with yourself bout your playing ...
that should help to getting moving forward ... kay?

cheers
obee

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Re: rhythem pattren

7/29/2007 8:52 AM

Chris Russell (3044) wrote:

Jessie

I thinks he's just adding to what your right hand can do. some of the stuff we do is without thinking. and we get those habbits by going over those techniques repititiously. like keeping out left hand low to the strings, etc.

so, I think he's just trying to "mix-it-up" for you. and I would also recommend, puting extra effort into the stuff you don't understand. go over those things an extra 10-20 times.

if he tells you to rob a bank, or something you know is wrong. well, question that, for sure. but if he's asking you to do guitar stuff, just trust that theres some good reason. and some that you won't understand for years. just learn them anyway.

does that make sense?

Chris



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Re: rhythem pattren

7/30/2007 7:39 PM

Jessie Melton (597) wrote:

yea i get wat u mean......(thankfully i get most things quick)...


p.s. if he tells me to rob a bank i wont question it...i'll jus tell the cops

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Re: rhythem pattren

8/1/2007 5:49 PM

Phil Hansen (47) wrote:

the rhythm pattern you suggested was

l llll

a quater note followed by up & down strokes on eighth notes. This is a 3/4 pattern, and a good one. But I suspect that what he suggested was

l llllll

which would be a 4/4 pattern and much more useable. This pattern would be played:

dn dn-up dn-up dn-up dn-up.

Phil

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Re: rhythem pattren

8/2/2007 1:09 AM

Alan Roberts (10065) wrote:

Looks like you're suggesting a 5 beat pattern. Maybe it's a typo?
Peace,
Alan

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Re: rhythem pattren

8/2/2007 1:53 PM

Phil Hansen (47) wrote:

yep, sorry, typo

dn dn-up dn-up dn-up