Kai Muehlenbruch - Three is a Charm

by Kai Muehlenbruch

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  • Hello Folks! In this Lesson number "3" is the thing! Not only there is a german saying: "Aller guten Dinge sind drei" (three is a charm) and it is my 3rd lesson, NO!!! This is also to be played over a tripletbeat!

    I just love to use triplets/6-tuplets and so on, and here you are one way, how to have some fun also, while practising them.

    This time its just you, your guitar and the playalong. No second Rythmguitar, but a programed bass. You might notice, harmonies or second voices will be played by a violin/bagpipe sample from the Keyboard I arranged and played for you. You will have to master a 183BPM timesignature, but don´t you worry. Therefore I prepared "3" playalongs.

    The whole thing is divided into 7 pieces. Note, that 1 and 7 are the same except one note in the end.

    Thanks for your attention!
    Have fun mates,
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