Beat Strum Acoustic Guitar: Essential Picking Hand Percussion Techniques

Beat Strum Acoustic Guitar: Essential Picking Hand Percussion Techniques
English | 20 June 2021 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B0979YVRD3 | 99 pages | MOBI | 3 MB
Are You a Soloist, Singer-Songwriter or Acoustic Duo?
Do you want to achieve a more energetic and impactful performance with your steel-string acoustic guitar?
Look no further! Welcome to the world of Beat Strum - Essential Picking Hand Percussion Techniques. This flowable Kindle handbook is a must have for anybody who shares a passion for the acoustic guitar, played with a pick. The concepts and principles introduced are simple to follow and will help you perform your favourite or own songs with much higher musical intensity compared to traditional playing methods. With this Beat Strum book, master the techniques and you and your audience will experience a more rewarding and enjoyable performance.

Perfect for Intermediate and Advanced level guitar players
In this Beat Strum Acoustic Guitar Handbook you will discover: -

The core principles behind Beat Strum
Identifying where the percussive tones exist on the acoustic body
Breaking down the physical movements needed
Essential sequences to get you started and the approach for creating your own
Brief insights to live performances
What is included:

Flowable Kindle book pages of simple to follow steel string guitar lessons
Beautifully illustrated photos and rhythm patterns which accompany the lesson descriptions
Unique playing tips and secrets from over 25 years of guitar playing experience
Detailed hand diagrams showing the motions and percussion techniques
Additional: Bonus video content to help you master the Beat Strum technique
If you’re ready to learn more and advance your acoustic guitar playing journey, then this book is for you!
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