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One of the most wonderful things we can do with the guitar is orchestrate: play more than one note (or part) at a time.
In this arrangement there are two distinct, separate parts: a bass line & a repeated diad (two note "chord") on the open E & B strings. Start by simply playing the bass line. Once you get a handle on it then slowly add the open string hits on the eighth note triplet swing upbeat, in between the notes of the bass line.
You can play with a pick, your fingers or both using hybrid picking! We'll have a look at all of these techniques.
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