Kimiya: Beginner strumming

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2 thoughts on “Kimiya: Beginner strumming

    Irwin DeVries said:
    February 14, 2014 at 1:25 am

    Good way to start playing – do the same patterns over and over again until they feel natural. You are getting good volume and pretty clean tone out of your playing. It might be a good idea at this point to look at a chord chart so that the chords you’re playing are properly fingered or else over time it will really be hard to relearn them and usually there’s a good reason for the fingering to be the way it is in most charts. Keep it going!

    phb256 said:
    February 15, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    Yeah, that’s good! Some people make strumming and chord changes look easy, but it only looks that way because they’ve done it a million times over and over again, just like you’re doing.

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