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Exercise 1

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1 dotted eighth note 1 double-guitar

How to play 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the guitar?

dotted eighth note double guitar
In this series of four exercises you will be able to learn how to play a dotted eighth note and a sixteenth note per beat on the guitar. 4 preliminary steps will gradually train us before being able to perform this figure rhythmic.

1 – Exercise 1: dotted eighth note double guitar followed by a sigh

To start, here you will be able to play 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note followed by a sigh. More clearly, you will therefore have to play on the first beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, on the second beat a sigh, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, on the fourth beat a sigh. The rhythm tone pick movements for a dotted double 1 eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the guitar are low – – – high. For the sighs, you will simply have to place your palm to mutate the strings.

2 – Exercise 2: dotted eighth note followed by a quarter note

Here, it's a quarter note which is in the place of the sigh in this 2nd exo. You will therefore play on the first beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, a quarter note on the second beat, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, a quarter note on the fourth beat. Your movements on the guitar should be low – – – high for 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note and just low for quarter notes.

3 – Exercise 3: dotted eighth note double guitar followed by two eighth notes

In this third exercise, two eighth notes take the place of the quarter note. So on the first beat we will have 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, 2 eighth notes on the second beat, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, 2 eighth notes on the fourth beat. On the guitar this gives a low – – – high rhythm. It's simply low high for the 2 eighth notes.

4 – Exercise 4: dotted eighth note double guitar repeated in a loop

Finally, you will perform 11 dotted eighth notes and 1 sixteenth note four times. Which therefore gives 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the first beat, 1 eighth note and 2 sixteenth notes on the second beat, 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the third beat, 1 eighth note and 2 sixteenth notes on the fourth beat . On the guitar we therefore have low – – – high / low – – – high / low – – – high / low – – – high /.

Exercise 2

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1 dotted eighth note 1 double-guitar

How to play 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the guitar?

dotted eighth note double guitar
In this series of four exercises you will be able to learn how to play a dotted eighth note and a sixteenth note per beat on the guitar. 4 preliminary steps will gradually train us before being able to perform this figure rhythmic.

1 – Exercise 1: dotted eighth note double guitar followed by a sigh

To start, here you will be able to play 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note followed by a sigh. More clearly, you will therefore have to play on the first beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, on the second beat a sigh, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, on the fourth beat a sigh. The rhythm tone pick movements for a dotted double 1 eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the guitar are low – – – high. For the sighs, you will simply have to place your palm to mutate the strings.

2 – Exercise 2: dotted eighth note followed by a quarter note

Here, it's a quarter note which is in the place of the sigh in this 2nd exo. You will therefore play on the first beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, a quarter note on the second beat, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, a quarter note on the fourth beat. Your movements on the guitar should be low – – – high for 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note and just low for quarter notes.

3 – Exercise 3: dotted eighth note double guitar followed by two eighth notes

In this third exercise, two eighth notes take the place of the quarter note. So on the first beat we will have 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, 2 eighth notes on the second beat, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, 2 eighth notes on the fourth beat. On the guitar this gives a low – – – high rhythm. It's simply low high for the 2 eighth notes.

4 – Exercise 4: dotted eighth note double guitar repeated in a loop

Finally, you will perform 11 dotted eighth notes and 1 sixteenth note four times. Which therefore gives 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the first beat, 1 eighth note and 2 sixteenth notes on the second beat, 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the third beat, 1 eighth note and 2 sixteenth notes on the fourth beat . On the guitar we therefore have low – – – high / low – – – high / low – – – high / low – – – high /.

Exercise 3

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1 dotted eighth note 1 double-guitar

How to play 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the guitar?

dotted eighth note double guitar
In this series of four exercises you will be able to learn how to play a dotted eighth note and a sixteenth note per beat on the guitar. 4 preliminary steps will gradually train us before being able to perform this figure rhythmic.

1 – Exercise 1: dotted eighth note double guitar followed by a sigh

To start, here you will be able to play 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note followed by a sigh. More clearly, you will therefore have to play on the first beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, on the second beat a sigh, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, on the fourth beat a sigh. The rhythm tone pick movements for a dotted double 1 eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the guitar are low – – – high. For the sighs, you will simply have to place your palm to mutate the strings.

2 – Exercise 2: dotted eighth note followed by a quarter note

Here, it's a quarter note which is in the place of the sigh in this 2nd exo. You will therefore play on the first beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, a quarter note on the second beat, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, a quarter note on the fourth beat. Your movements on the guitar should be low – – – high for 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note and just low for quarter notes.

3 – Exercise 3: dotted eighth note double guitar followed by two eighth notes

In this third exercise, two eighth notes take the place of the quarter note. So on the first beat we will have 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, 2 eighth notes on the second beat, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, 2 eighth notes on the fourth beat. On the guitar this gives a low – – – high rhythm. It's simply low high for the 2 eighth notes.

4 – Exercise 4: dotted eighth note double guitar repeated in a loop

Finally, you will perform 11 dotted eighth notes and 1 sixteenth note four times. Which therefore gives 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the first beat, 1 eighth note and 2 sixteenth notes on the second beat, 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the third beat, 1 eighth note and 2 sixteenth notes on the fourth beat . On the guitar we therefore have low – – – high / low – – – high / low – – – high / low – – – high /.

Exercise 4

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1 dotted eighth note 1 double-guitar

How to play 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the guitar?

dotted eighth note double guitar
In this series of four exercises you will be able to learn how to play a dotted eighth note and a sixteenth note per beat on the guitar. 4 preliminary steps will gradually train us before being able to perform this figure rhythmic.

1 – Exercise 1: dotted eighth note double guitar followed by a sigh

To start, here you will be able to play 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note followed by a sigh. More clearly, you will therefore have to play on the first beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, on the second beat a sigh, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, on the fourth beat a sigh. The rhythm tone pick movements for a dotted double 1 eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the guitar are low – – – high. For the sighs, you will simply have to place your palm to mutate the strings.

2 – Exercise 2: dotted eighth note followed by a quarter note

Here, it's a quarter note which is in the place of the sigh in this 2nd exo. You will therefore play on the first beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, a quarter note on the second beat, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, a quarter note on the fourth beat. Your movements on the guitar should be low – – – high for 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note and just low for quarter notes.

3 – Exercise 3: dotted eighth note double guitar followed by two eighth notes

In this third exercise, two eighth notes take the place of the quarter note. So on the first beat we will have 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, 2 eighth notes on the second beat, on the third beat 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note, 2 eighth notes on the fourth beat. On the guitar this gives a low – – – high rhythm. It's simply low high for the 2 eighth notes.

4 – Exercise 4: dotted eighth note double guitar repeated in a loop

Finally, you will perform 11 dotted eighth notes and 1 sixteenth note four times. Which therefore gives 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the first beat, 1 eighth note and 2 sixteenth notes on the second beat, 1 dotted eighth note and 1 sixteenth note on the third beat, 1 eighth note and 2 sixteenth notes on the fourth beat . On the guitar we therefore have low – – – high / low – – – high / low – – – high / low – – – high /.