[Series] Guitar for Beginners > Lesson 15: How to Tune Your Acoustic Guitar
The boom-chick-a rhythm is one of the most iconic (and useful) rhythms to learn on the guitar. It consists of a single bass note (the boom), a down strum (the chick), and an upstroke (the -a).
If it sounds suspiciously like the boom-chick rhythm from a previous video, you’d be correct. This is simply a continuation of that rhythm with an extra element.
Here’s how you do it.
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