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Old 02-21-2005, 10:00 PM   #1
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Another guitar question?

For example- if your using a pick, and you have a measure like this- how would you pick it? 16th notes

E------------------------------------------------
B--x--x--x--x-----8--8-----x--x---x--x----8--8---
G--x--x--x--x-----x--x----x--x---x--x--- --x- -x---
D--x--x--x--x-----x---x-----x--x---x--x---x---x-----
A------------------7---7--------------------7--7
E--------------------------------------------------

so would you just pick the 7's or would you place the pick between your fingers and use your fingers to pick both notes simutaneously?
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Old 02-22-2005, 07:20 AM   #2
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Re: Another guitar question?

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For example- if your using a pick, and you have a measure like this- how would you pick it? 16th notes

E------------------------------------------------
B--x--x--x--x-----8--8-----x--x---x--x----8--8---
G--x--x--x--x-----x--x----x--x---x--x--- --x- -x---
D--x--x--x--x-----x---x-----x--x---x--x---x---x-----
A------------------7---7--------------------7--7
E--------------------------------------------------

so would you just pick the 7's or would you place the pick between your fingers and use your fingers to pick both notes simutaneously?

By what you wrote, You'd play it together with a pick. This look like a notation for the kind of sound you hear on the 1st verse of Where the Streets have No Name. You hear a muted rhythm, the x out strings with the accents. ( in this case the Eb and Gb).

Hope that makes sense.

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Old 02-22-2005, 08:10 AM   #3
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Re: Another guitar question?

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For example- if your using a pick, and you have a measure like this- how would you pick it? 16th notes

E------------------------------------------------
B--x--x--x--x-----8--8-----x--x---x--x---8--8---
G--x--x--x--x----------- x--x---x--x--- --- ----
D--x--x--x--x-------------x--x---x--x-----------
A------------------7---7--------------------7--7
E--------------------------------------------------

so would you just pick the 7's or would you place the pick between your fingers and use your fingers to pick both notes simutaneously?
Sorry, no mutes, I meant to put it like this, how can you play them together if on the D, G strings your not supposed to play them open, you only hit the A, and B strings. But with a pick how can you do that? Only with fingers you can play them together.
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or you can mute the strings whe you are playing the notes so they don't sound with your index finger as you hold 7 if you get me
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Old 02-23-2005, 12:48 PM   #5
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Oh, thats pretty tough, thanks
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