Double Stops

by David Wallimann

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  • Rock music wouldn't be rock music if guitar could play only one not at a time. That is why you need to know how double stops work!

    For those of you who are not familiar with that term, double stops are the act of playing two notes simultaneously. Doing so in your leads will add a nice rhythm feel rhythm and great power, especially when used with a high gain distortion.

    In today's lesson, we'll use the following chord progression:


    As far as the scales go, we'll stick to the corresponding minor pentatonics changing keys on each chord.

    Pay attention to your rhythm and be as precise as possible.

    Have fun!

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