I remember years ago watching Eric Clapton
on TV. He was talking about “doublestops”,
which is basically playing 2 notes at once.
I guess the technique came from Chuck Berry.
According to Clapton, single note solos
are often too “thin and noodly”.
I kind of agree.
(Since when is it wise to argue with Eric?) lol.
So in today’s lesson I want to show you the
3 basic kinds of double stops and a few
basic tips on how to play them.
I know, it’s kind of a beginner type lesson,
I’ll throw something fancier at you next time 🙂
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