#1
I find myself using the same rhythm patterns over and over again. Can someone name me some songs that have unique rhythm patterns?

Thanks.
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might try useing a metronome, set it to whhat your absessed pattern is, then change it alot. If you still play like that itll sound horrable, that might halp you change it. Just a thought
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The Past Recedes by John Frusciante, off his solo album Curtains.
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The Past Recedes by John Frusciante, off his solo album Curtains.

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#7
A lot of Joe Satriani's stuff (leads/melodies mostly I guess) has "unique" rhythm patterns. Check some songs out.
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+1 Maybe try Vicarious,Stinkfist or The Grudge. any of them really.
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hey I haven't been playing guitar long so could anyone tell me.... when your playing a song
can you bassically use any strum pattern that sounds good? i mean I know a few basic strum patterns can I just use whatever one of those that sounds best for whatever song I'm playing? idk hope that made sense I'm a noob and I need help Thank's
#13
alot of zeppelin...... black dog has an interesting guitar "turnaround" section.

yes - siberian khatru

try just changing how u play the same songs... make them your own