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Old 01-22-2022, 03:15 AM
MikkoKarhula MikkoKarhula is offline
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Default Fast triplets (video lesson)

Do you ever have had problems in playing fast triplet notes among other note durations? Well, I certainly have had and that for I made this method for beating this issue.

It has 3 parts:
1. Mixing even and odd
2. Connecting triplets with other note durations
3. Playing long triplet lines

Check out more about this method from the video.
https://youtu.be/TNPF3Rr8n6E

There is also backing track involved to this lesson[emoji3596]
https://youtu.be/6ym15gRta9Y
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Old 01-22-2022, 05:26 AM
Robin, Wales Robin, Wales is offline
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Mikko, it was fascinating to watch the smoothness and intricacy of your playing. When you say that you are a "pick-crafter" what do you mean? I expect that English is a second language, and "pick-crafter" is not a term that I have come across before, so I wonder if it is derived from your mother tongue?
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I've played and studied traditional noter/drone mountain dulcimer for many years. And I used to play dobro in a bluegrass band.



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Old 01-22-2022, 08:03 AM
MikkoKarhula MikkoKarhula is offline
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Mikko, it was fascinating to watch the smoothness and intricacy of your playing. When you say that you are a "pick-crafter" what do you mean? I expect that English is a second language, and "pick-crafter" is not a term that I have come across before, so I wonder if it is derived from your mother tongue?
Thank you very much Robin!
Yeah, I'm Finnish and don't really know right words always.[emoji846]
So, I make sometimes guitar picks from wood and elk horn bone. You can see some photos from https://www.instagram.com/mikkokarhula

Or

https://www.finnpick.com

Cheers!
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