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In Deep: Double-Stops

This video is bonus content related to the March 2011 issue of Guitar World. For full print reviews, lesson tabs and more, please see the March 2011 issue of Guitar World.

In this series of videos, Andy Aledort shows you how to use double-stops to forge more creative rhythm parts and soloing patterns. For beginners out there, the term double-stop is commonly used to describe two notes played simultaneously. The double-stop is the simplest way of expressing harmony.

Figure 1

Lesson Contents
Figure 1
Figures 2-3
Figures 4-5
Figures 6-7
Figures 8-10
Figures 11-12

This video is bonus content related to the March 2011 issue of

Guitar World

. For full print reviews, lesson tabs and more, please see the March 2011 issue of

Guitar World.

In this series of videos, Andy Aledort shows you how to use double-stops to forge more creative rhythm parts and soloing patterns. For beginners out there, the term double-stop is commonly used to describe two notes played simultaneously. The double-stop is the simplest way of expressing harmony.

Figures 2-3

Lesson Contents
Figure 1
Figures 2-3
Figures 4-5
Figures 6-7
Figures 8-10
Figures 11-12

This video is bonus content related to the March 2011 issue of

Guitar World

. For full print reviews, lesson tabs and more, please see the March 2011 issue of

Guitar World.

In this series of videos, Andy Aledort shows you how to use double-stops to forge more creative rhythm parts and soloing patterns. For beginners out there, the term double-stop is commonly used to describe two notes played simultaneously. The double-stop is the simplest way of expressing harmony.

Figures 4-5

Lesson Contents
Figure 1
Figures 2-3
Figures 4-5
Figures 6-7
Figures 8-10
Figures 11-12

This video is bonus content related to the March 2011 issue of

Guitar World

. For full print reviews, lesson tabs and more, please see the March 2011 issue of

Guitar World.

In this series of videos, Andy Aledort shows you how to use double-stops to forge more creative rhythm parts and soloing patterns. For beginners out there, the term double-stop is commonly used to describe two notes played simultaneously. The double-stop is the simplest way of expressing harmony.

Figures 6-7

Lesson Contents
Figure 1
Figures 2-3
Figures 4-5
Figures 6-7
Figures 8-10
Figures 11-12

This video is bonus content related to the March 2011 issue of

Guitar World

. For full print reviews, lesson tabs and more, please see the March 2011 issue of

Guitar World.

In this series of videos, Andy Aledort shows you how to use double-stops to forge more creative rhythm parts and soloing patterns. For beginners out there, the term double-stop is commonly used to describe two notes played simultaneously. The double-stop is the simplest way of expressing harmony.

Figures 8-10

Lesson Contents
Figure 1
Figures 2-3
Figures 4-5
Figures 6-7
Figures 8-10
Figures 11-12

This video is bonus content related to the March 2011 issue of

Guitar World

. For full print reviews, lesson tabs and more, please see the March 2011 issue of

Guitar World.

In this series of videos, Andy Aledort shows you how to use double-stops to forge more creative rhythm parts and soloing patterns. For beginners out there, the term double-stop is commonly used to describe two notes played simultaneously. The double-stop is the simplest way of expressing harmony.

Figures 11-12

Lesson Contents
Figure 1
Figures 2-3
Figures 4-5
Figures 6-7
Figures 8-10
Figures 11-12

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Guitar World Associate Editor Andy Aledort is recognized worldwide for his vast contributions to guitar instruction, via his many best-selling instructional DVDs, transcription books and online lessons. Andy is a regular contributor to Guitar World and Truefire, and has toured with Dickey Betts of the Allman Brothers, as well as participating in several Jimi Hendrix Tribute Tours.