Griff talks you around three classic blues guitar rhythm patterns that he uses habitually on his gigs.
In the process he reveals one key difference between the rehearsal room and the stage. You cannot use everything you know on stage that you do in the practice room.
One minute you know only 5% of what you need. Neckminit you can only use 5% of what you know.
The three rhythms are the following: dabadaba pattern, the 8th note peck pattern and the double stop pattern.
In this video Taura E from Rhythmisation.com walks you through the three classic blues guitar rhythms from a rhythmisation angle. You learn these rhythm conventions as dabadaba, sabaso dasao and so dibibao so rhythmisation verbalisations.
Rhythm counting is good for static music but hopeless for in tempo saying. Rhythmisation is useful for static music and great for in tempo music.
One minute you know only 5% of what you need. Neckminit you can only use 5% of what you know. These three classic blues guitar rhythms are the 5% that Griff actually uses 95% of the time in actual playing and gigging. Check them out. And cut to the chase.
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