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Reggae Rhythm Guitar Lesson

Posted on May 9, 2013

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31 Comments

  • May 9, 2013

    RaStar Abbaallah

    Nice mon, nough respect!

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  • May 9, 2013

    jimmy dillon

    Very cool lesson…looking forward to his DVD. Cool Runnings!

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    • May 9, 2013

      DAVE ANGELES

      PRINT THE CHORDS…jimmy whats up here , am i missing something..those chords hes playing dont sound like what i hear on my guitar in that position..is this standard tuning or an overdub hes jivin us with…

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      • April 28, 2014

        Doug

        Did you ever get a reply to your question? What’s with his D chord?

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        • May 2, 2014

          admin

          Sorry, What´s up with his D chord?

    • May 9, 2013

      Jac

      jimmy, I liked the reggae too, you both have that easy teaching quality and great vibes!

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  • May 9, 2013

    zorbitor

    OK – what’s the tuning???

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  • May 9, 2013

    Antonio

    How about some AMPLIFIER SETTINGSSSS !!!!

    TKS..

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  • May 9, 2013

    Uncle Herbie

    Claude! You’ve been listening to me! You’re recruiting reggae guitarists who know their $#!t, instead of ‘folky’ guys who are just guessing. Steve ‘Asaph’ Golding is a long time and very well respected Jamaican rhythm (or should I say ‘riddim’?) guitarist; I actually saw him onstage with Tosh many years ago. That’s what I’m talking about! Worlda respect!

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  • May 9, 2013

    Steve wells

    Suhweet! Always wondered how they got that funky upbeat groove. Makes ya wanna move your feet! Thanks Claudius Maximus!

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  • May 9, 2013

    Johnnyrockers

    Thank you Steve. No doubt I’ve enjoyed watching/listening to you live. I’m old enough and lucky enough to have seen Peter Tosh live, along with Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Mighty Diamonds, Wailing Souls, Israel Vibration…I don’t know why, but I have loved Reggae, especially roots, rockers and dub styles forever. Thanks for providing this gift to the world, and I look forward to your dvd.

    Johnny

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  • May 9, 2013

    Kalvin Kristi

    Wicked!!! Steve Golding is a rel cool bredren. Had the pleasure of working with him in the 90′s ,as he played on my CD Higher Ground… He played percussion on 3 of those tracks.. Nice to see Steve doing his thing.. Respect..
    KK

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  • May 9, 2013

    Presbitero Alomar

    Please do not send me any more beginner lessens’ because I’m not a beginner. I’m above an intermediate but not a professional. I’m Just looking for new stuff.

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  • May 9, 2013

    Two Feathers

    Very interesting. I can see using some of these rhythms in a variety of songs, Thank you Steve and thank you claude.it is all appreciated

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  • May 9, 2013

    Sam Gordon

    That was some really good stuff, I give it 4 stars up thank you Man!

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  • May 9, 2013

    marg

    never seen your technique before – real good – thanks

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  • May 9, 2013

    Odily B Onyia

    Cool like it.

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  • May 10, 2013

    abhra karar

    just mind bolling and help my knowage

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  • May 10, 2013

    Johnnie Dee

    Nice solo Easy way to learn it great teacher Looking forward too more>>> ROCK ON

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  • May 10, 2013

    Junipa

    Steve, thank you for your lesson. Most apprecaited

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  • May 10, 2013

    Akua Kamau

    Yes Steve, the I know it. Nuff respec mih bredda. The I is a humble rastaman an I truly appreciate dat. JAH guide an itec the I itinually and may the I musical journey be ever fruitful foriva. Isreal Vibrations run things in dis iwa. Blessins. BIG love fih dih whole a unoo.

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  • May 10, 2013

    Arthur Valentine

    It was very good to see, I have heard Reggae and I have seen men playing the music. but this is very good and I like it very much.

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  • May 10, 2013

    DJ

    REALLY needs the chords or TABS…

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  • May 11, 2013

    Paul

    Nice !! Reggae is what made me buy a guitar. I started with a bass and then electric.

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  • May 13, 2013

    Vesa from scandinavia

    Thanks for this riddim!

    I’m huge fan of reggae and I loove to play reggae guitar. I hadn’t seen the D chord before, there are so so many variations… but thanks, I love how it blends with the G chord and it sounds cool. Also a great 3 chord progression..

    I’m always looking for and creating new chord progressions, they’re so fun… and want to make my own songs. there aren’t anyone in my hometown that play reggae music, which is really sad… I just gotta play with myself and imaginarily with the Israel Vibrations crew, Wailers, and all other buddies…

    Please, more reggae guitar lessons! It would be wonderful to get more teachings from Steve Golding, or other great guitarists!

    Peace and harmony, keep playing and jamming… :)

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  • May 13, 2013

    Frosty

    I love this guy. He helps me relax just watching

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  • May 13, 2013

    Grimmy

    Sure wish you guys included tabs with this. Way mellow sound, but I’m a beginner so I can’t tell exactly which strings he’s on.

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  • May 16, 2013

    adadms

    nice job

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  • May 22, 2013

    l.j.

    i love raga music but never seeany one play it so relaxed good job i am a seanor so give mesome more dept. ihave lots of time to practic those new cord, once again keep up the good work fellow JAMAICAN

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  • May 31, 2013

    SlopeRocker

    Uh…folks I believe there are no tabs, etc here so you BUY this thing! This video is what they call a “teaser.” Sorry, but it be a bidness mon…

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    • May 31, 2013

      admin

      RIGHT. HUNDREDS OF TABS HERE BUT NOT ON THE DVD COURSE SAMPLES. WOULDN’T BE FAIR TO THOSE WHO PAID. THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING – CLAUDE

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