Watch the Shuffle D Rhythm 1 online guitar lesson by David Hamburger from Slide Shop
First generation electric bluesmen like Elmore James basically electrified a prewar, solo guitar style, resulting in the
kind of two-parts-in-one approach seen in this rhythm example. Brushing at least the bottom two strings with your thumb
will make the bottom end sound fat, while brushing up on the high strings with one of your fingers will give the top end a
bright, spiky kick. Right hand palm muting will increase the sense of two guitars playing at once.
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