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Pull-Offs With Second Part Harmony

Rick Payman (10059) · [archive]
Style: Acoustic/Folk · Level: Advanced · Tempo: 90
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5

This example demonstrates a technique for creating richer arpeggios by combining 1st string pull-offs with a fingered second part harmony.

Here are the first two bars played at a slower tempo. This excercise requires a fair deal of practice, and can be quite strenuous on the left hand, so handle with care.

Try to sustain the harmony notes as shown; you may be tempted to play them staccato to begin with.
Pull-Offs With Second Part Harmony