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16 responses to “SRM Video 4”

  1. rustie says:

    Why use 1 word when 100 will do? Griff, you spend so much time explaining simple ideas that could be covered in a fraction of the time. Is that to make it look difficult and so encourage pupils to buy your courses I wonder.

    • Griff says:

      It may be simple to you, but may not be to someone else. If I don’t cover it fully, the next person may not understand. Sometimes that means you have to be a little more patient. Timing, rhythm, and counting are a HUGE stumbling block to most people I teach, and in my experience the more I explain, the better things work out for them.

  2. Bob Mac says:

    Loved it.Strmming correctly has improved my playing emensily. Thank you Griff.

  3. Legoge47 says:

    I’m doing well at my Guitars for Vets class. Having very little to no problem with the rhythm of the songs thanks to these videos. (Teacher says some previous members of the class had tremendous problem with keeping rhythm.):-)

  4. tony says:

    going from a d cord to a d/c is a real challenge. try it . its a neil young thang. I always cheated it but dont sound the same . for reason i cannot grasp all of these melodies. may have to save and listen again. c ya

  5. Tom says:

    Griff, thank you so much for counting through the video. I needed that so much. Very helpful. In the future I hope you touch on counting sixtenth note triplets. I have no idea how to count them. Thank you great Stuff.

  6. Warwick says:

    Thank you Griff. I had been learning chords and one or two riffs. Neglected strumming as I found it hard to keep the rhythm. These lessons have shown me the way! Just wish I had your sound proof room to practice in. 🙂 Warwick

  7. Kimberley says:

    Thank you Griff. I really am enjoying these strumming lessons. Easy to understand your lessons and so much fun!

  8. Legoge says:

    I’m having problems with the lesson. My left hand won’t let me go with this video for more than a few minutes before hurting like crazy.

  9. Larry says:

    Well done. Like.

  10. Douglas says:

    what a beautiful sound when combing the various d chords. Love this lesson very relaxing and just makes you feel good.
    Thanks for this great lesson.

  11. You do a real good instruction, that I can understand . I thank you so much.

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