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    Default Blues On Baritone, Part 2

    https://youtu.be/VOpURzcb6eg

    A short little tip on how to use a movable chord shape, with droning bass.

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    Sweet! Thx!
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    Very nice! Thank you Doc!
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    Enjoyed it a lot !
    But could you ( pretty please ) video the picking pattern at 1/4 speed ?
    It's a really funky pattern, or maybe that should be bluesy....but too fast to de-construct.
    I don't know of a way of slowing Youtube videos down.......MP3's are easy with the Amazing Slow Downer
    Thanks
    Robin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Harrison View Post
    Enjoyed it a lot !
    But could you ( pretty please ) video the picking pattern at 1/4 speed ?
    It's a really funky pattern, or maybe that should be bluesy....but too fast to de-construct.
    I don't know of a way of slowing Youtube videos down.......MP3's are easy with the Amazing Slow Downer
    Thanks
    Robin
    I'm not very tech-savvy....anyone know how to do such things? However, I can tell you that I almost always pick using thumb on 4th string, index on 3rd, middle finger on 2nd, and ring finger on 1st string. Each string has its 'own' finger. I never think much of the picking patterns, but I use the index on 3rd for bass lines and such.

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    Yes, In YT click on the gear setting (lower right) on the video. There you will see speed. You can choose speeds from 0.25 to normal speed or faster up to 1.5
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    Well,thank you !
    That was easy !
    Robin

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