These 5 polyrhythm examples are written for two different guitars.
If you need help understanding polyrhythms in greater detail, please take a look at these previous polyrhythm/polymeter lessons:
The polyrhythms demonstrated in this lesson are:
You will see the tablature for the polyrhythm example followed by a video demonstration. This will be for all five examples.
The following is the full video lesson. You gotta watch it at least for the intro!
If you have any questions about this material please leave them in the comments section. DO IT!!!
For even MORE info on polyrhythms for guitar, check out the lesson posted by Musical U
This submission from Dean C. gets quite creative with the use of his scale knowledge.
Looks like there's even a Bsus4b5 chord used in one part of his performance; a chord rarely used in music. Very cool!
Another split screen performance, this submission from Dustin J. took a very different approach musically.
The bass line in the backing track ends up creating a lot of dissonance against the guitars that were written and performed. Yet, everything fits quite well.
Very unexpected and VERY cool!
Alex really took advantage of using split screen performances for this entry.
There are lots of changes in this submission loaded with creativity!
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John Taylor - guitar and bass instructor for Mile High Shred.