This piece has been developed over time, as most of my pieces. Please note the "chorus effect" vibrato (the name comes from the electroacoustic effect that accentuates the undulation of notes), used with neck or whole guitar movements to color and enrich the sound of the open strings. The left hand pushes and pulls the neck forwards and backwards, changing the pitch while the right arm and torso act as counterweights against the body of the guitar. This gives the entire instrument a see-saw motion that distorts the sound coming out of the guitar. We can also use this technique when playing chords, fretted notes, or in any combinations of open strings played along with fretted strings.