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Old 05-29-2014, 10:01 AM   #1
wild_rocker94
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Strumming Patterns

Ok basic enough stumming patterns and me just don't get along. I don't understand them and cant identify which one to use for which song.

can anyone explain it to me, point out songs that includes them or present any help at all.

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Old 05-29-2014, 03:06 PM   #2
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well. I mean, every song that has a guitar and chords probably has a strumming pattern. I'm not sure what you mean though.

Let's look at Out of the silent planet by Iron Maiden.
Here they're using a simple ghallop, like 0x000x000x00, where 0 is a strummed chord, and x is silence (the time signature is also 4/4).

Or Harvest by Opeth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwWmxn48aEg´
These guys loooove 3/4 / 6/8 / 6/4 or whatever, so they're playing like 0x00000x00000x0000 (here it's 6/8)

This probably didn't help you much, but oh well, I tried.

Edit: for some reason it didn't link right, go to 2m47s in the Iron Maiden song.
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