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Alternating Bass Within The G-Chord

 

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In this lesson we'll look at how to get the alternating bass worked out for a G major chord. At this point we've looked at all three basic types of open chords, with the root note on the Low E-string, the A-string and the D-string. So now we can start using shortcuts.

Instead of doing this with a metronome I'm going to trust that you'll spend a little time with this pattern before moving on. Remember that you can't rush this stuff.

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