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Welcome to my new lesson about double stops. Playing double stops means playing on two strings at the same time. You can find this technique in blues and rock´n roll, heavy metal, etc... Double stops or 2-note harmony runs are critical to developing a much more, well rounded style and approach. In this lesson, you'll see how they can help you build a song and add more musicality into your arsenal of licks and ideas. Double stops create a fatter, fuller sound during single note licks and can be quickly moved around to create fills during rhythm playing.
Guitar : Fender Squier telecaster
Equipment : Sonar8 DAW, Guitar Rig5 plugin
Tempo : 70 bpm
Time Signature : 4/4
Chord progression : Cm,A#,G#,Fm7
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