Re: strumming techniques
- From: Derek <derek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2007 09:37:32 -0700
Strum along with the actual music. You'll soon start to hear the
difference where you strike the strings and get into the groove.
RIGHT! This is the deal. Mute the strings so you don't add a
clashing note/chord, and just strum along with the tune. You will
either nail it, or come up with a reasonable facsimile.
BTW 12 String, after reading your post a couple of times, I didn't
read you adding anything that Lumpy didn't say. If those diagrams
work for people, great, but personally, I prefer notation.
With rests and notes having specific time values, I can at least
intellectually understand what is supposed to happen. Couple that
with what FLY just suggested, and you should be off and running.
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