For many guitar players, understanding and performing 16th note rhythms can be tricky and sometimes downright confusing.
The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way.
Once you understand some simple concepts, you will understand how 16th notes really work. Then with a bit of practice, you will be able to easily master them on your guitar.
In this tutorial, we will cover the basics of counting and performing sixteenth notes.
Now it’s time to jump into some chord progressions that use triplets.
We will use a popular chord progression that you have probably heard in many early rock songs.
The chord progression is known as a I-VI-IV-V chord progression.
In our previous tutorial, Understanding Triplets Part 1, we looked at the basics of how to count triplets.
In this tutorial, we turn our attention to playing triplets on the guitar.
Specifically, we will look at how to perform triplet strumming patterns.
In previous rhythm guitar tutorials, we have looked at how to count and perform whole notes, half notes, quarter notes and eighth notes.
In this tutorial we begin our look at triplets.
In this tutorial, we look at how to determine the best way to count rhythms in a piece of guitar music.
In this tutorial, we will look at what rhythm guitar players need to know about eighth note rests.
Now that you are familiar with the basics of counting, strumming and tapping your foot in time with eighth notes, we can turn our attention to some fun chord progressions that use eighth notes.