Justinguitar.com: Really Useful Strumming Techniques - Volume 2 (DVD PAL)

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Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
The Justinguitar.com Really Useful Strumming Techniques Volume 2 DVD assumes that you understand and can confidently play your 8th note strumming patterns and you keep your hand moving when you strum. This DVD moves at a faster pace than Volume 1, and as well as showing you the patterns, Sandercoe explains the 16th note count, how to break down the 4 notes in each beat and then how to make up your own patterns. Please note this DVD's format is PAL.

Sandercoe states that it is important that you go through and make up some of your own patterns with this DVD, as there are far too many 16th note strumming patterns for this DVD to go through them all. So what you will do is go through 24 of the most common patterns and be taught how you can experiment with them.

If you do some of your own study then it won't take long for you to hear the patterns you hear in songs and work out how to play them!

There is a pdf booklet on the DVD for you to print out (or just look at on a computer screen) and of course support is available on Justin's web site forum found at www.justinguitar.com/forum

If you enjoyed Really Useful Strumming Techniques Volume 1 and are looking to increase your skills as a rhythm player then this DVD is the one for you!

The DVD lasts around 120 minutes in total.
Published on: 22 June 2015
Language: English
Catalogue No: CCKPR008P
 
     
       

        Justinguitar.com: Really Useful Strumming Techniques - Volume 2 (DVD PAL) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Quality of content
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        10 out of 10

        David

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        Well written and useful guide to certain major blues solos.
        Certain have been covered elsewhere e.g. Crossroads.
        Confirmed purchase: 17 July 2015
        Published on: 02 August 2015