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> Fingering for Double Stops
post Nov 27 2006, 07:37 AM
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Question - Are you supposed to fret the notes of a double stop with one finger(Like you do on an Fmajor chord) or do you use two fingers for each of the two notes . I have been using two fingers and can't seem to get a nice clear sound out of them so I am wondering if it is better to use one finger covering accross the 2 strings.

Today's lck of the day are double stops but I can't tell from the video.

Kris - what say you?

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post Nov 27 2006, 08:01 AM
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For that kind of thing, where all the notes of the double stop are on the same fret, I always use one finger! smile.gif

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