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RHYTHM GUITAR: Superimposing Triads Search Andrew for FREE lesson Handouts. This Video: April 29, 2011 | Search Videos by Title/Date. GO TO: Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question... Q: A short while ago I watched one of your videos about superimposing pentatonics. Is there something like this that pertains to rhythm guitar? When I download your MP3 jam tracks it sounds like you have 2 or 3 rhythm guitar tracks on those recordings. Andrew are you perhaps superimposing rhythm guitar ideas on those jam tracks? If so, can you briefly explain how this is done? - Turi, New Zealand A: 95% of our work as guitarists is spent playing rhythm guitar. Unfortunately, most guitarists don't bother spending even 10% of their practice time studying rhythm. Now, when guitar players are facing a static chord that lasts over several bars, most players will sit on that one single chord. However, by superimposing other chords that relate to the harmony of the chord given in the progression, we can come up with some great material that will both function well and work very effectively. Let's begin, by taking a look at how triad chords found in a specific key can be superimposed to create more interesting rhythm backing parts either live, or in the studio. The complete lesson article for this video will be available on the Creative Guitar Studio website shortly. Follow me on Twitter for lesson posting announcements: ____________________________________ The NEW Zazzle Products page: ____________________________________ Andrew's Official Q & A Guitar Blog Website: (the weekly Podcast is posted here) Andrew's "Video GuitarBlog" YouTube Channel: The Creative Guitar Studio Website: Follow Andrew on Blogspot: Follow on Twitter for new lesson announcements: MySpace: Facebook: _____________________________________
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