Our previous lesson on rhythm was on accent strums for the acoustic guitar, now lets take a look at how accents could be used on the electric guitar. We will use Reggae and Slow Blues as our examples and exercises
An accent strum is a strum that stands out from the rest. This could be done in a few ways such as:
Most electric guitar styles don't have typical open strumming like the acoustic guitar does, so we will be focusing on common ways rhythm is played on the electric.
This video lesson will cover 2 examples: Accents in Reggae and Slow Blues styles. Both are important for getting you on the road to perfecting this important rhythm element for the electric guitar. Follow along with the video and view/download the TAB for each below.
Use the star system to help motive and track your progress through songs and exercises. Here is the breakdown for this exercise:
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