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Old 11-17-2019, 02:20 AM
Nama Ensou Nama Ensou is offline
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Originally Posted by Gordon Currie View Post
...strum over the bottom of the fretboard, by the bridge, and everywhere in between. It's kind of like having a tone control on an acoustic guitar...
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Originally Posted by rick-slo View Post
Strum where you get the sound you want.
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Originally Posted by guitar george View Post
You get different sounds by strumming in different places. Its all about technique to get the sound you want for a particular song.
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Originally Posted by mcduffnw View Post
...whatever sounds the best and feels best to you is the proper position and technique.
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Originally Posted by dwasifar View Post
There's a whole range of different sound characters you can get out of the instrument by varying where you strike the string.
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Originally Posted by Larry Mal View Post
...you can think of where you strum as being your guitar's natural EQ sweep.
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Originally Posted by MinorKey View Post
Depends on what tone you're after
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Originally Posted by gmel555 View Post
I second this. Use the point of strum as a way to get different tones out of the same instrument.
You've been preceded in seconding the point of strum as a way of getting differing tones, and that's pretty much the point of every post so far.
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