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Help identifying a strumming pattern


(@veganskychild)
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Hi! I'm working really hard to learn a song by Sondre Lerche.
This is his video semi-tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVW-Z2vNe44

From 4:06 - 6:06 he explains how to play the bridge.
In the bridge, he plays an A chord and an E minor chord, and when he plays them open he has a strumming pattern that is very strange and I can't figure out how it works at all. It adds something very beautiful to the song I think.

you can hear it at 5:31, 5:40, and 6:02

It's very important to me that I learn this song, so any help would be sooo appreciated. Thank you!


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(@shayman1)
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Hi
I don't think there is too much of a mystery here. At 5.40 he just picks out the open G and Open B of an A sus 2 chord.

A sus 2 - X 0 2 2 0 0.

That's how it looks to me anyhow :D . Hope that helps.
Shayman

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