This was given to a guitar student to help them get used to using all four fingers while holding down guitar chords. I call this a chromatic exercise because it's not based in any key, so all notes are fair game. Plus, it follows a specific finger pattern that stays the same on each set of strings to move to. See if you can figure out the pattern!
Here is the Guitar Pro 6 tab for this lesson:
Metal and Rock Rhythm Guitar Crash Course
Rhythm is the most important skill needed for any musician. Doesn't matter if playing rhythm chords is your goal, or playing insanely fast lead lines and solos, if your rhythm sucks, EVERYTHING suffers!
You need solid rhythm in order to sound your best.
This course covers how to play, read, and count various rhythms ranging from super basic to stupid challenging.
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John Taylor - guitar and bass instructor for Mile High Shred.