Lesson Thirteen - 4/4 time and 3/4 Time Fingerstyle Patterns

Memorize the 4/4 and 3/4 time fingerstyle patterns given in this lesson.  Please remember:
  • Your thumb will play the root of each chord.  Up to this point in the book, the root is the lowest note of the chord.
  • Each pattern is made up of eighth notes.  That is, you will play two notes, evenly spaced, for every tap of your foot (or click on your metronome).
  • The real work is going from chord to chord.  Try pairing up a few of your favorite chords.
  • Below are two video demonstrations.  In the first video, I am using the four/four pattern on an Em chord.  In the second video, I am using the three/four pattern on an Em chord.  



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