Miniseries #009, Reno Style III

Wednesday, May 13, 2009


Miniseries #009, Reno Style III



Howdy All,
In this video you will see and hear another Reno style technique. That is the brush against two or more strings. You can use the brush for two note chords(double stops), three note chords(triads), and four note chords, or to brush against all the strings for that matter. Reno also used a cool effect on some of these brush techniques, that is to mute the bridge with part of your hand. Look to the video to get the best idea of how it may be done. A picture is worth...you know.
Rock and Roll Everyone....
David

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