Please note, this transcription was computer generated and has not been checked for errors. However, I do hope you find it helpful.
Be sure to check out The Ultimate Modal Poster!The strumming pattern for the easy version of the song is quite simple. It's basically just mimicking the exact same part that the keyboard is playing. All right. So the actual chords are E flat and then G minor and F and then we hang out on a B-flat and then go back to E flat and the timing here is as follows. It goes one, two, three and four and two three four, one, two, three and four and two three four now the strumming pattern for the next Action while there's really no guitar in this song other than something that just mimics the Baseline.
So I try to do a full strumming pattern that kind of I don't know. It kind of includes the bass Rhythm and some other rhythms as well. And essentially it's going to be a lot of Chuck 'chuck has or left-handed rests.
So you're going to be strumming a lot of the strings while you're resting the cord and then you'll alternate by actually pressing down on the cord. So it brings out and then taking off the cord like that so you get that nice little percussive strumming. All right and to practice we'll just do it on a beef. A flat chord instead of practicing all the switches. Let's just practice the Rhythm pattern on one chord and that'll be our B flat chord. So check it out. It's going to go like this 1 E and A 2 E and A 3 E and A 4 and a 1 E and A 2 E and A 3 E and A 4 and a 1 E and A 2 E and A 3 E and A 4 and down up down up down down down down up down down.
So I recommend doing this real.
Slowly if you're new to this style of Rhythm it's going to feel impossible.
But really there is a speed that you can play it at and it doesn't matter how slow that is. Once you memorize the sequence it pretty quickly. It starts speeding up but I can understand this can be frustrating. If you're new to strumming patterns just take it ridiculously slow.
Once you've got it figured out even at a moderate Tempo start switching the cords around and you're going to get something like this.
really fun rhythm