Prog-Gnosis: An Introduction to Double Picking
Animals As Leaders' Tosin Abasi breaks down his own double-picking technique.
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This month, I'd like to talk about a cool, useful technique I sometimes use called “double picking,” which involves repeating each note in a melody twice using alternate (down-up) picking. A good example of this technique can be found in the first solo I play in “An Infinite Regression,” from Animals as Leaders’ latest release, Weightless.
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