Splitting into Sixteenth Notes

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Splitting into Sixteenth Notes

When splitting beats a continuous down-up strum pattern is maintained, regardless of whether or not strings are hit. By doing this you achieve perfect, faultless timing. This applies not only to soloing, but also to accompanying. When splitting into sixteenth notes you perform two down-up strums per beat, i.e. with the downstroke/down-strum you play the first and third beat, and with the upstroke/up-strum the second and fourth. This technique allows you to play in a carefree manner every type of note and rest value – from the whole to the sixteenth notes and rests.

This course provides a video demonstration of this playing technique, three technical exercises comprising i.a. rhythmic shifts, their corresponding recordings, as well as seven musical licks (solos and compings) to be played along to just as many different backing tracks.

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