BRUCE WELCH RHYTHM STYLE: FRENETIC STRUMMING
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At 150 bpm this example requires some deft strumming work to play the 16thnote rhythms, so it’s important to use 16th-note alternate picking throughout. To facilitate seamless chord changes the final chord (or two chords when playing 16ths) in each bar should be suspended and replaced with open strings. The harmonic structure of this example is based on diatonic chords from both d major and d minor keys, creating a cool and authentic 60s vibe.