Strumming for the Curious Guitarist
What you’ll learn
Strum the guitar correctly.
Become a master of rhythm.
Learn to count beats & rests.
Read & write any rhythm.
Strum with complete confidence!
Beginner to highly advanced strumming.
Strum any song correctly.
Improvise your strumming!
What students are saying:
5 stars, “Exactly what I wanted. Presented in a way I understood.” -Ron A.
5 stars, “I started noticing improvements in my playing right away.” -Arsen K.
5 stars, “Easy to understand and follow.” -Walt S.
5 stars, “Very simple but necessary explanations with examples.” -Roger F.
5 stars, “I’m a beginner and I’m learning a lot!” -Jim C.
Welcome to Strumming for the Curious Guitarist! This is a fun & easy strumming course that will turn you into an amazing rhythm guitar player. We’ll start at the very beginning – assuming that you’re starting from scratch.
After taking this course, you will be strumming with confidence every time you play guitar! Your advanced sense of rhythm will be superior to most other guitarists. Strumming & rhythm is the most important skill a guitar player can have.
Any kind of six-string guitar will work well for this course – electric, acoustic, or classical guitar.
Each lesson builds on the previous lesson. You can ask me a question directly in a private message or on the course Q&A board. I’m always here for you!
Every lesson video has a PDF attachment in the “additional resources” tab, which are the written rhythms to use while strumming along with these videos. You can download, save, & print these. Be sure to get all the PDFs.
We’re going to elevate your strumming skills as quickly as possible. This’ll be easy & fun for you.
By the end of this course, you’ll be strumming with confidence! You’ll have good energy every time you play. Other guitarists will be impressed with your control of rhythm.
I’m glad you’re here – let’s get started.
Who this course is for:
- Every guitar player should take this course.
- Complete beginner guitar players.
- Intermediate & advanced guitar players.
- Guitarists needing a rhythm refresher.
- Guitarists who never properly learned rhythm.