Hey guys! In this lesson I am going to share one of my favorite rhythmic devices.
This is based around a cool 16th note rhythmic pattern using a combination of palm muting and ghost notes.
When done correctly, this can add loads of melodic interest to your playing.
As an electric guitarist serving in the worship ministry, you’re called play many different roles and many different parts on a Sunday.
Now the part you are about to learn sits really well in a down section where you want to start building momentum.
Plus it builds really nicely, allowing you to gradually take the song to another level!
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Hi, my name is Charl Coetzee and playing guitar was never second nature for me. I’ve had to work hard to get to where I’m at today and I’ve learned some incredible things along the way that I’d love to share with you. I’ve never had a proper job and I’ve been playing guitar for a living since I’ve left school. I have a Bmus Hons Degree in music, and I’ve interviewed and learned from the world’s greatest guitar players like Joe Satriani, Buddy Whittington, Joe Bonamassa and loads more.
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