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The ultimate goal is to feel each rhythm independently – triplet in one hand, duplet in the other. There are multiple ways to get there, but the Carol of the Bells example given above is great. Sing the rhythm in syllables (dum da dee da), and clap both hands on your lap. Both hands start together on "dum," right hand "da," left hand "dee," and right hand on ...


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My first suggestion would be to slow down the music to half speed, if you haven't tried that already. You can do that with a YouTube video by clicking on the settings gear icon and selecting the speed. It might make certain passages a little clearer to hear what note is being played when. For instance, I'm noticing that the first note is probably a pickup ...


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You cannot damage it with strumming (well, over time you can start to wear down the paintwork. A lot of time) Guitars are not designed to be rhythm or lead, they are just stringed instruments which can be played with fingertips, nails, or a pick (or a bow, an electric drill, etc) I have a nice 7-string RG, and while I play lead, some of our songs require ...



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