In this short lesson, I go through some very powerful techniques that will help you become a master of rhythm.

Rhythm is the most important part of music. It’s not the only part but it is so fundamental everything.

Whenever you do anything on the guitar you will be playing with rhythm. Whether it’s strumming, picking, solo-ing, it doesn’t matter, it ALL contains rhythm.

Without good and solid rhythm music sounds rubbish. If the rhythm is great, then the music is often great.

Not all of the great guitarists out there know how to play loads of chords, scales and arpeggios but all of them have a great handle of rhythm.

Soak up this lesson and apply the ideas regularly and you too will develop a stronger sense of rhythm which will take your guitar playing to the next level.


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