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So far we've been improvising with a combination of single notes, triads and pedal steel licks, and now it's time to explore another crucial component in the classic country sound. This sound comes from deliberately picking two notes at a time, and the sound is commonly referred to as "double stops".

The licks are still derived from the chords and scales you know, but it represents a whole new way to look at both your left and your right hand work. So don't be frustrated if it takes you a little while to get comfortable with. Let's get started!

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Double Stoppin'