Guitar Technique: Rhythms

This is quite  simple but challenging exercise. It is based around superimposing a rhythm to the material you are learning, or trying to master. In the video I take as an example a G major scale and superimpose the following rhythms:

You can also reverse the exercise and keep the eight note in the first part of the beat. Good Luck!


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