improve rhythm skills on the guitar

I recently got a reader question asking me “How do I improve rhythm skills on the guitar?” It’s a great question and one I get a lot so I decided to create a video on it. To find out 4 ways to improve your rhythm skills on the guitar check out the video HERE (and please like and comment).

If you have a question yourself on anything to do with your guitar playing, ask below by leaving a comment or go to the YouTube video page and leave a comment there.

In this video we cover the essential and crucial aspects of rhythm which you can find below.

  1. Learn your core strumming patterns
  2. Tap your foot to the beat when playing
  3. Master the sub-division game 
  4. Play the ‘radio game’

If you enjoyed this video, please like it and subscribe to my channel. The more subscribers there are the more I will post more videos for you guitarists out there!

Also, just for those of you who are really keen, if you want to get better rhythm and strumming skills, then I have a course dedicated to the subject called Strumming With Soul which will help your rhythm and strumming skills in a variety of ways.

I hope you are having fun with your guitar playing, and any questions, please comment below and I’ll get back to you!


The Complete Guide To Improving Your Rhythm With Sub-Divisions – Guitar Domination
September 10, 2020 Reply

[…] is pretty much how drummers think and they have great rhythm skills. In fact, as I have stated before, the drummers who I have taught who have taken up the guitar […]

December 22, 2020 Reply

I was searching for a while and finally got the proper information on it.
Thank you so much, this video really helped me a lot.

Olivia Smart
May 19, 2023 Reply

My sister has been wanting to learn how to get better at playing the guitar. She’s mostly self-taught, but she also wants to start taking lessons. I’ll have to share this idea with her to learn about core strumming patterns and see if that helps her to feel more prepared for the lessons she’s signing up for.

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