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Thread: "Faux" Triplet Strum

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnysmash View Post
    However, I am not sure how to apply it to a song. Would one play a chord melody with multiple notes and use the triplet strum or would it be better to play just the single note melody line using triple note strums?
    One plays a triplet strum in that part of the song in which it will sound grooviest. Dig?
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    I use Jake’s method= Index down, thumb up, index up.
    I’m not sure which is best soundwise? 1:46
    Last edited by FinnP; 11-02-2019 at 05:22 AM.
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