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The strumming pattern is

strumming pattern


So far I have this, I just cant figure out how to add that up strum as a "transition strum" if you will. Sorry if this is a dumb question, I have no musical knowledge and everything I do on guitar pro is based on guessing and checking (trial and error)...

notation in guitar pro1

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    Aren't there supposed to be two sixteen-notes instead of the last eight-note? – user1079505 Dec 21 '20 at 23:57
  • A problem for a lot of players is that the fast upstrum at the end makes it difficult to change to another chord. Resulting a lot of the time in the upstrum being all the open strings – Tim Dec 22 '20 at 8:41
  • A question in a similar spirit: Working out strums per second given beats per minute - using guitar tabs. – Aaron Mar 12 at 22:04
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The pattern should look like this:

X:1
T:Rhythmic strumming pattern
K:None
M:4/4
L:1/8
BB BB BB BB/2B/2

The two notes at the end are "sixteenth notes". Each lasts half as long as the main notes in the pattern ("eighth notes").

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  • Exactly what I meant and was looking for, thank you!! – kian ツ Dec 22 '20 at 4:09

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