Lessons Practicing Adding Percussion To Simple StrummingJune 25, 201911Comments by Griff I believe that strumming is probably the most overlooked skill on the guitar… So in this short video (really short… like, under 4 minutes short) I’ll show you a simple way to add some percussion and rhythm to the simplest of strum patterns. Enjoy! Griff 11 replies to "Adding Percussion To Simple Strumming" Tansy Valenziano July 29, 2019 Great insight into this essential technique. You make most anything easy to understand Reply chris clemans June 26, 2019 Great lesson and it is right to the point Reply tony June 26, 2019 it is a great way to play on the porch w/o a drummer. this is what i call accenting ,but, the acoustic guitar played with a thin pick gives it almost the same accent . or course this is much better . hey People there is a new thing called a (wood box amp) very cool check it out . Reply Maurice June 26, 2019 Great ! Thank you. Reply Joe June 26, 2019 Hi Griff — Like all your lessons, this one is simple and to the point, and immediately useful. Thanks! Reply Dale traylor June 26, 2019 Nice easy to understand lesson.. love it!!!! Reply tony jorgensen June 26, 2019 Hi Griff, again thanks for a great strum tech lesson. Iam trying it now. Reply Samantha Jentz June 26, 2019 Thanks Griff I will definitely take time to learn this technique. Reply Lee June 26, 2019 Griff, I learned a song just two or three days ago that uses this technique. I had a lot of trouble doing the slap and staying in time though so as I’ve been playing the song I’ve just been skipping the slap. Then this video shows up this morning to confront me with my mediocrity 😆. So tonight during practice I’m going to work on this until I get it right. Thanks! Reply Archie oakes June 26, 2019 Great stuff Griff. Very helpful video on strum technique. Reply Michael Senecal June 26, 2019 Griff , great little lesson on strumming percussion . I’ll ck that out . Reply Leave a Reply to Michael Senecal Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.