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BEGINNER TIPS FOR GUITAR STRUMMING

Keep your wrist loose: When you’re strumming a chord, you want your motions to feel fluid. Not hard and choppy. Keeping a loose wrist will not only help your chord progressions sound smoother, but also minimize any potential for wrist pain after a particularly vigorous session. Angle your pick: In line with keeping your wrist loose, you also want to avoid being too rigid with your pick when strumming. Holding your pick at a slight angle can help you create a more pleasing sound when you strike a chord. Vary the strength of your strike: It takes a little while to develop your ear, but it also takes time to learn to “feel” the music. With time and practice, you’ll learn when you want to strum a chord with a hard stroke for emphasis, or when to play with soft, light strokes to create a more mellow feel.
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