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19 comments

  1. Thank you so much! all techniques are helping tremendously! Seriously. Love the picking style and the calypso! So helpful. Great work. God bless you.

  2. Thanks, This is great!

  3. This is really going to help an old goat like me!!

  4. seemed like it would be a good lesson except he is using a classical guitar but doesn't seem to be in the proper position to play one. He is treating like a acoustic guitar. Sorry but didn't seem very professional.

  5. this is so helpfull…i am gonna watch it again

  6. wow thanks great lesson i'll have some fun with this when I'm mindlessly playing watching tv :D

  7. I wish someone would teach how to practice striking ONLY the strings needed for a given chord, especially on the upstroke, whether it's 3 strings only, 4, or 5. Depending on the chord, the downstroke has you omitting certain strings at the beginning or top of the strum, i.e. either string 6, or 5 and 6, or 4, 5, and 6. But all remaining strings are strummed down to the 1st string. If this isn't difficult enough, the upstroke is even harder. In chords that don't use all 6 strings, you must stroke the first 3, 4, or 5 strings (which means strings 1, 2, and/or 3 depending on the chord), then avoid having the pick strike strings 4, 5, and/or 6. This seems very difficult, yet no one talks about it. It's overlooked in all the many lesson videos online, yet it's a required ability to keep from including notes in chords that aren't suppose to be heard. In fact, I have yet to find even ONE lesson video that discusses this. The most I've seen is how to wrap the thumb over the 6th string to mute it, thereby allowing the player to keep stroking all 6 strings without worrying about not touching the 6 string, but this seems like a cop out. It doesn't solve the other problems of 3 and 4 string chords, and a muted note is still a faint sounding note that shouldn't be heard at all. Why doesn't anyone talk about this and how to practice it? It seems to be the most difficult aspect of strumming.

  8. you lost me at a minor

  9. it really helps my friend who was eager to learn GUITAR :)

  10. thanks]

  11. You remind me of the Dad from Meet the Fockers

  12. So, when you're muting, do you hit all the strings or do you hit just hit the Low E, A, and D or just the G, B, and the high E?

  13. Awesome thanx

  14. Super awesome!! Thanks! Great Video!

  15. In the last picking strum you moved from 3 and 4 to 3 and 2.

  16. Thumb and stum (like Ma Bell carter did it) is so effective and easy and I like the way one can get subtle changes in tone on the up strokes by using the pads of the fingers as well as, or instead of the nails. So rare to see someone teaching this style instead of just flat picking….thanks Tom I thought I was alone out here…love your vid need more complex strums and some added melody notes with the progressions please….

  17. awesome lesson!! great videos! please check out my guitar channel as well :)

  18. Does the one where you mute as you strum work on electric? I don't seem to be getting the same real muffled sound. The chord rings too clearly, though extremely abruptly.

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