Learning to properly strum the guitar is something a lot of beginning guitar players neglect because they concentrate so hard on making their fingers work the way they want them to work. Ironically, a lot of beginning guitar players have the most trouble with strumming, which can hinder their playing later on, just as they’re beginning to master melodies and chords with their fret hand. Here are a few Helpful Guitar Strumming Tips For Beginners to help get you working on the rhythmic aspect of your playing while you’re learning to play chords and melodies. First and foremost, don’t wait to start working on your strumming. Putting it off too long will only make it harder later on, after you’ve mastered some chords and you find you still feel awkward strumming. Practice strumming while you’re learning chords. A good way to do this is to play a progression of the chords you learn and assign a specific strum pattern to the chords. Not only does this reinforce any new chords you’ve learned, it helps you apply those chords in a real playing situation. Take a look at the visual below. This is a very common strum pattern that shows the indicators for up and down strumming. Start with this and hit the strum patterns on the count shown. Count as you play until you get a feel for it.
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