7 Strumming Patterns & Techniques for Acoustic Guitar

Learn Strumming Patterns and Techniques

The exercises in the videos below are going to take your playing to the next level.  It is fitting therefore, that the videos below are from the folks over at NextLevelGuitar.Com.   These folks produce excellent training videos for guitarists that are very educational, entertaining and easy to follow.  After watching the videos below, click the link above to learn more about Next Level Guitar and their training videos.

Back to strumming patterns.   Learning how to properly strum your acoustic guitar will possibly be one of your biggest hurdles as a guitarist. Rhythm and coordination does not come easy to some of us.  The videos below are going to change that hopefully.  After watching the video lessons below, you will hopefully become a strumming genius.  Enjoy and remember to take things slow and try not to get frustrated if you don’t catch on right away….

7 Strumming Patterns & Techniques for Acoustic Guitar






















A big thanks to the folks over at Next Level Guitar for providing these free video lessons on strumming!

If you haven’t had the chance to check out Next Level Guitar, then I Highly recommend you visit their website.  They have over 785 online guitar lessons and for a small fee, you can become a member today! Check out my review of  Next Level Guitar Here !

Comments

11 Comments on "7 Strumming Patterns & Techniques for Acoustic Guitar"

  1. Scotty Smith on Thu, 7th Jan 2010 10:21 pm 

    Great video series and clear instruction on strumming for anyone who wants to learn the guitar. Awesome resource, thanks!

  2. stephen kinney on Sat, 20th Feb 2010 7:41 pm 

    your on line video lessons are so easy that even i can understand what it is your doing. please keep on doing what your doing because there are so many of us out her that need your help. i will be telling all my friends about this sight

    thanhs again so much
    steve kinney

  3. rserpe on Sun, 21st Feb 2010 8:14 pm 

    Hi Stephen,

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving this generous comment! I am very happy to read that you are enjoying the lessons and learning from them.
    The real credit goes to folks over at Next Level Guitar for putting these video lessons together..

    Thanks again Stephen, and I appreciate you spreading the word about my site to your friends… all the best!

  4. DAVID on Tue, 4th May 2010 2:56 pm 

    Great video. I’ve been playing guitar for over a year and I figured some of this stuff on my own, but this video was great it show me stuff that was obvious but just had never had the patience to try to practice it.

    thanks,

  5. Anesu on Wed, 19th May 2010 12:50 am 

    Dave you the man, you got such a teaching gift I’ve just finished your beginners strumming lessons, awesome great stuff. You make it easy fun. I think I will achieve my dream thanks to your services. The Lord bless you, keep up the good work.

  6. Peter on Tue, 12th Oct 2010 3:56 am 

    Thanks Steven, I learnt a lot. The simple easy to follow instructions are a blessing. I have been surfing everywhere but finally found your site to be more enriching. Thnak you. Continue your great job

  7. Rueangel on Fri, 3rd Dec 2010 9:43 am 

    I find it hard to follow the above 7 strumming paterns,..BECAUSE,..only the up/down patterns are written out on the video,.. But the 1&2&3&4& ,timing patterns are NOT, at any point, written out,..May I suggest that the lessons would be much easier to follow, IF,..along with the up & down strokes being written out,..that the COUNT,..of 1&2&374&, should ALSO, be written out,.directly ABOVE the up & down notation,…So that we viewers, will know EXACTLY, where the up & down strokes fit into the 1&2&3&4& pattern,..In short, the lessons, gives ONLY the ORDER, of the up & down strokes, & virtually NO information is given as to HOW the ups & downs, fit the 1&2&3&4& timing, & we viewers are left to try to figure that part out,..by just listening,..I also suggest that the written information, should STAY, on the video, & not DISSAPEAR, after a few seconds,..

  8. shawn on Wed, 2nd Mar 2011 10:21 am 

    Well informed and clear concise instuction.

  9. dipti on Mon, 7th Mar 2011 8:37 am 

    Hey, I m Dipti from India…n was about to join guitar classes. your way of explaining is sooooooooooooo easy n m sure its definately gonna help the beginners….thats so simple that one need not joim guitar class if the person goes on your site….
    thankyou so much.I have gotta lot to learn from you….n m sure i ll…
    thankyou once again….

  10. sandy hall on Sun, 31st Jul 2011 12:21 am 

    OMG! Dave your fantastic!!!!…your strumming lessons are brilliant…thanks so much…

  11. robert love on Fri, 10th Feb 2012 2:35 am 

    wow i would like to thank you for this lesson. i was lost then i found you. you have gave me hope took 4 lessons and work kept me from taking any more. but i found you on line and now feel there may be hope for me to learn thank you so much when i star to play my first song i will send you money and a copy to show you i went from not doing any thing to really playing the guitar.

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