Focusing on different forms of picking and playing can steal your chops away from your rhythm playing. Brendan Burns offers up a 6 week coarse on rebuilding your rhythm chops that focuses on training necessary muscle groups and getting back into tempo.
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Focusing on different forms of picking and playing can steal your chops away from your rhythm playing. Brendan Burns offers up a 6 week coarse on rebuilding your rhythm chops that focuses on training necessary muscle groups and getting back into tempo.Begin the Course
Brendan Burns offers up the first exorcise of a six week program dedicated to rebuilding rhythm technique.
In week two of his six week rhythm building program, Brendan goes over an exercise that covers treble and bass strumming.
Brendan is back with the 3rd and 4th week exercise to workout your rhythm playing.
In week five of his six week rhythm workout, Brendan provides an exercise that breaks the guitar up into five distinct sections.
Brendan Burns offers up the final exercise of his six week rhythm workout.
Brendan Burns starts off a short lesson set on how to count compound meters. He starts with the 5/8 time signature.
Now that you've mastered 5/8 time, Brendan provides a lesson on counting 7/8.
Brendan Burns demonstrates how to count 11/8 time.
Now that you have counting under your belt, it's time to actually play some compound meters.
In lesson 10 of his rhythm series, Brendan teaches playing examples of the previous time signatures he has covered.
Brendan discusses how using bass lines can enhance your playing and allow for more creative expression in a band style situation. He starts you off by discussing bass lines created from major and minor triads.
In the second bass lines lesson, Brendan discusses arpeggios and bass lines for all types of 7th chords.
Brendan Burns returns with a more intermediate look at bass lines for guitarists. In this lesson he discusses chord tone and chromatic approaches from above and below the root.
Brendan returns with another look at bass lines for guitarists. Building on the previous lesson, Brendan discusses chromatic approaches that combine tones above and below the root.
Brendan returns to his Rhythm Guitar series with another look at bass lines for guitarists. In recent lessons he's covered chromatic approaches from above and below the root as well as a combination of. Brendan will now discuss and demonstrate double chromatic approach.
Brendan takes us back to basics in this series by helping us understand and internalize rhythmic subdivisions.
In lesson two of Understanding Subdivisions, Brendan takes a look at 8th note "over the bar line" rhythm patterns.
Brendan takes us deeper into understanding subdivisions by looking at 16th note subdivisions coupled with fun 8th and 16th note patterns!
Brendan wraps up this series with a look at some crazy sixteenth note, over the bar line rhythm patterns.
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All three above (could only highlight one).
Clear, useful, easy to follow and lends itself to practice.
Great exercise. Helped me a lot.
Great Lesson Thanks
Great personality and simply to follow without getting bored.
I got back into playing and this is what the doctor ordered!
rhythm is the key to sounding good...so is being on/in time