If you’re looking for a few ways to give your strumming hand a good push forward… you’ve come to the right place.
Adding Sus Chords To Rhythms & Open Chords
Now on the surface you might think this is more about sus chords. While that is a big part of the lesson, keeping our strumming hand consistent while having to think about those sus chords is probably my biggest take away here. We want our strumming hand to be on auto pilot and I think this helps us get there.
Switching Between Rhythms & Two Chords In One Measure
Often times I know beginners use the same rhythm throughout a lot of songs. While that works a lot of the time, there’s a spice in your life you’re missing… switching things up! Now the two chords in a measure is a good reason to switch up your rhythm, it’s not the only time you have to do it!
Jumping the Measure (Anticipation)
This is similar to the sus chords… noticing when your anticipating the next chord can really do a lot to keep your strumming hand on auto pilot.
So there we have it, a few ways to spice up your strumming and improve your rhythm.