Author: Dirk Hagemann
Playing "double stops," means playing on two strings at once. You can find Double Stops in Blues and Rock´n Roll, from the Stones to Heavy Metal are the possibilities for this simple technique. But there are triple stops (three strings) and quadruple stops (four strings) as well.
For a Double Stop you hold two strings with one finger or you use ring finger and pinky.
Recommended songs: Chuck Berry used Double Stops in nearly every song! See "Johnny Be Goode", "Roll over Beethoven" and many others!
Double Stop Exercises
Double Stop Song
I found this GuitarPro on the internet and changed it to make a nice and easy Double Stop Song you can play.
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