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Number9 wrote:

...and just when you think you're done with double-picking, you realize some people use and master double-stop-double-picking, Duh !
.......Squad car...Taco Wagon... just saying...

It's the same concept! Double-stop double-picking is all about timing because you are going to be changing your fingerings while playing a steady onslaught of notes.

I can't disagree. Steady right hand picking ('long as you are right handed) is the key/most important element of the style compared to, say, blues music where the player generally focus on the left hand pulling, hammering, bending, tremoloing... with the rhythm.

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