Popular guitar blog has released a post featuring strumming techniques for guitar. Guitar players will learn basic strumming patterns and some intermediate skills too.
Online PR News – 27-December-2011 – – Mike Sunderlin of Mike’s Guitar Talk has released a post on his blog about basic and intermediate strumming techniques for guitar. Sunderlin introduces basic strumming techniques for guitarists that are picking up the guitar for the first time, and intermediate techniques for guitarists that are familiar with strumming but want to advance their technique to the next level. Sunderlin has created a blog that offers vital guitar information to guitarists all over the world. His most recent post about guitar strumming is located at http://mikesguitartalk.com/2011/12/beginner-to-intermediate-strumming-methods-for-guitar.html.
According to Sunderlin, “When most people pick up a guitar for the first time, they usually strum a big chord like they see the pros do.”
“That’s typically the case from new guitarists at five years old and seventy five years old,” Sunderlin says. “One of the best things that a new guitarist can learn is correct strumming technique.”
“Now, there are a lot of different ways to strum a guitar, so I thought I would put together a post about it for you,” Sunderlin says. “If you feel like you are past basic strumming technique, you will still get some new tricks out of this post.”
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About Mike Sunderlin and Mike’s Guitar Talk
Mike Sunderlin is a musician that hopes to share his experience with guitarists all over the world. The guitar information that Sunderlin releases will benefit guitar players of all ages and skill levels.