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Hey rhythm strummers, here is a really easy way to play the Beetles “All My Loving”.
Okay, here’s a strum pattern that is really, really useful for a whole bunch of songs you can watch my right hand now or just watch that RhythmStrummer.com strum pattern up there.
Whether you’re looking at this or you’ll notice that there is a heavy emphasis on two and four and that is classic rock and roll. You will learn this strum pattern and you are set for life. Let’s mute our strings now and do this one and two and three and four, and one and two and three and four, join me on that, one and two and three and four, you’ll notice I’ve kind of swinging it.
Let’s do this a couple more times, now were going to go to a C chord without changing our right hand strum root. Just remember it’s all about the groove here we go one and two and three and four, one and two and three and four.
Let’s try a D minor chord here we go, one and two and three and four, one and two and three and four, and one and two and three and four. Let’s try a G chord, one and two and three and four, one and two and three and four. Let’s go back to C here we go, one and two and three and four, let’s try an A minor one and two and three and four, let’s go to the D minor one and two and three and four, G one and two and three and four, back to C here we go.
That’s a really important pattern for you to learn and it happens to go really, really well with.
And once you know that pattern you can play that whole song with great ease and with great pleasure. So I hope you have a lot of fun with that.