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Asked by Zoe Radies on 2000-09-16
I have always strummed slowly, and it seems like my strumming has a kind of folk rythym to it. Now, because I just kind of picked a guitar up and taught myself, I don't know much theory. But now I'm starting to get into more hard rock tunes and want to pick my rythym up a bit. I've seen someone strum fast and it sounded really good. I just tried and it sounded pitiful. Is there a right way to do it? Or are there many different strumming patterns to choose from?
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Answer posted by Tommy on 2000-09-22
To strum fast, make sure your wrist does the motion, not your forearm. Your forearm should rest on the body of the guitar. When I play, the only movement my forearm does is twist just a little.

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