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Hey rhythm strummers, here’s a really easy ways to play this tune.
Let’s take a look at this strum pattern diagram here. We have a serious up and down arrows and the letter B is on the top of the arrows written over beats one and three. That means to emphasis base strings and so let’s takes a G chord and try. And with the base you’re going to use you’re thumb at downward stroke and then on the three areas that come after each base it’s going to be index finger going up-down-up base up-down-up base up-down-up base up-down-up just play along with me for a minute.
Base up-down-up, base up-down-up, base up-down-up, one and two and three and four, and one and two and three and four it got an extra base on that because I’m sticking too easy to the ones. But it’s going to be all that should do it, why you thinking about lots of things.
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One and two and three and four, and one and two and three and four, all right then—stop. Now lets try that on a different chord, let’s try it on a C chord, where we have a root on the fifth string that way it’s a little bit harder to get you’re thumb in the right place. If you reach around with thumb on you’re left hand just touch your low E string then that will keep it from accidentally sounding.
So on the C chords we’re going to base up-down-up, base up-down-up, base up-down-up.
One and two and three and four, and one and two and three and four, and one and two and three and four and stopped now let’s do one that has a base note on the four string so let’s finger a D7 and this is going to be you’re base line with you’re thumb. Base up-down-up, base up-down-up, base up-down-up, one and two and three and four, and one and two and three and four. And here’s how that will all tie in with the song.
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