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  • Hi! I’m Nate Savage and welcome to the Rhythm Guitar Quick-Start Series. Playing rhythm

  • guitar is a really essential skill to have, whether you just want to learn your favorite

  • songs, you want to play with your friends and jam with them or whether you want to play

  • live music. It’s a really important skill to have.

  • Whether youre brand new to rhythm guitar or youve been playing for a while and you

  • just want to get to that next level, this series is for you. I know there are a lot

  • of things to consider in rhythm guitar and sometimes it can feel overwhelming. That’s

  • why I created this series. I want to give you the most fundamental things youre going

  • to need to lay a solid foundation for your rhythm guitar playing.

  • Being a good rhythm guitarist is something that it takes time and practice to develop

  • but it’s really important and unfortunately a lot of newer players tend to focus just

  • on practicing lead guitar when the reality of it is that probably 80% if youre playing

  • live or with your friends, 80% of what youre going to be playing is rhythm guitar, bass

  • and not leads. With that in mind, being a good solid rhythm

  • guitarist can really set you apart from the crowd. If your rhythm guitar playing is solid, people

  • are going to enjoy playing with you and theyre going to enjoy listening to you and youre

  • going to be the one that gets the gig. So, the goal of this series is to give you a solid

  • foundation and the key things that youre going to need to know as a rhythm guitarist.

  • By the end of it, youre going to be able to play live, if that’s your goal, better.

  • Youre going to be able to play with your friends and learn songs better too. And just

  • so you know, it doesn’t matter if you have an acoustic or electric guitar for this series.

  • All of the things that I’m going to teach you in here are equally important to both.

  • Now were not going to focus too much on theory throughout the series. This is a quick-start

  • series, right? So I wanted you to focus on getting your hands on the guitar and playing

  • the most important things for you as a rhythm guitar player. Were going to go over power

  • chords, bar chords, open chords, the most important chord progressions youre going

  • to need to know as a musician, and then were going to switch our focus to your strumming

  • hand. Youre going to learn some of the most common strumming patterns that you need

  • to know as well as work on your timing. The first thing that were going to go over

  • is power chords. Were going to learn some shapes for your power chords and how to move

  • them all around the neck. And then were going to move on to bar chords. I know bar

  • chords are source of frustrations for a lot of newer players, so I’m going to give you

  • some tips to make your bar chords sound great. Now as a rhythm guitarist, it’s important for

  • you to know all of your open chords. I’m going to teach you the most essential open

  • chords that youre going to need in your little chord library. Once we get these essential

  • chord shapes down, like I mentioned earlier were going to go over some of the most

  • important strumming patterns for you to know. These strumming patterns that I’m going

  • to teach you are kind of like the building blocks or the fundamentals for a lot of more

  • advanced strumming patterns, so this is going to be really important for you to get down.

  • After that, were going to start working on developing your timing. That’s one of

  • the most critical aspects of rhythm guitar that’s often ignored. The cool thing about

  • working on your timing is you don’t have to have your guitar with you. You can be anywhere.

  • You can be in your car driving, listening to the radio, in a waiting room, it doesn’t matter.

  • And finally, once we get your timing in order,

  • I’m going to show you how to kind of embellish your strumming through single bass notes and

  • muted strums. These are two little aspects of strumming that can really dress up an otherwise

  • mundane strumming pattern. I always think that applying everything that youre working

  • on the guitar to real music is really important to helping you get better and grow as a musician.

  • So, throughout this series, I’ve supplied you with a couple of jam tracks that you can use

  • to work on the stuff that were going over. It’s just a little more fun that using a

  • metronome. Get ready for some really rewarding things to work on. If you apply yourself and

  • work on this stuff, youre going to see a dramatic improvement in your rhythm guitar playing.

  • Thanks for watching. In the next lesson, were

  • going to go over some basic power chords. If you have any questions at all, you can

  • leave them here in the comments. I’ll get back to you there or you can email me, See you.

Hi! I’m Nate Savage and welcome to the Rhythm Guitar Quick-Start Series. Playing rhythm


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如何彈奏節奏吉他--節奏吉他第1課 (How To Play Rhythm Guitar - Rhythm Guitar Lesson #1)

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