#1
So i have been making an attempt at figuring out a stumming pattern and what i came up with is D/D/UDUD/DD but what bothers me is this doesnt fit in a 4 count so what count would that be or is it not right? The song is Troubadour by George Strait if that helps.


Thanks Everyone!!!
#2
Quote by Coastie01
So i have been making an attempt at figuring out a stumming pattern and what i came up with is D/D/UDUD/DD but what bothers me is this doesnt fit in a 4 count so what count would that be or is it not right? The song is Troubadour by George Strait if that helps.


Thanks Everyone!!!

Well, if the time signature is 4/4 then it depends on the note, but just because the bar (or whatever) isn't four notes doesn't mean it's still not a 4 count. Usually people still count when they should, even if they aren't strumming, so they don't lose place.
#3
Quote by Coastie01
So i have been making an attempt at figuring out a stumming pattern and what i came up with is D/D/UDUD/DD but what bothers me is this doesnt fit in a 4 count so what count would that be or is it not right? The song is Troubadour by George Strait if that helps.


Just quickly listened on YouTube, sounds like this:


1_2_3_4_
D_DUDUD_
2002 Muddy Waters Fender Telecaser (MIM) (w/ Bill Lawrence pickups & black matte pickguard)
2006 Ibanez sz520qm (w/ Grover tuners)
Epiphone DR-100

Traynor YCV50-Blue
Toneport GX / Ampltube 2
#4
Sounds like this:

D_DUDUD_

First D is a quarter note.------------------------------(D_)
Second "DUDU" are each 8th notes.------------(D,U,D,U)
Final D is a quarter note.------------------------------(D_)


I recently actually started to get into all this stuff, so I kinda did that as a test to myself.


I don't know if that's right, someone who knows more will have to verify.
Last edited by ML_Guitar09 at Jan 14, 2009,