Creative rhythm timing

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Lesson overview

Time to step out of your comfort zone and try some new rhythm timing. In this lesson we introduce you to rhythm timing and show you how to play 3, 4 & 5 dot rhythms

Lesson goals

  • Be able to play a 3 dot rhythm
  • Be able to play a 5 dot rhythm
  • Be able to play the 5 dot rhythm in different combinations – 2,3… 2,2,1… 2,1,2… etc
  • Create new rhythms in 3 or 5 with your favorite techniques

Training tips

  • This may be difficult at first as it will force you to breathe in new positions
  • Don’t worry about the sound quality to begin with, just work on your new creative timing
  • You can play any technique you wish, just stick to the timing you are trying to play
  • If you are wanting to learn the rhythm that Sanshi demonstrates at the end of this lesson, check out Sanshi Rhythm #5 in the Advanced Rhythm Library

Give it a try, let us know how you go and if you get stuck, post a question in the comments section below