by Christopher Sung
imi was a master of using double stops to accentuate his solo playing. In this example, the key is F, and our main double stops consist of:
- Holding down the 5th of the F chord (the C on the 1st string, 8th fret) while we hammer and pull between the G and A below it
- Holding down the root of the F chord (the F either on the 1st string, 13th fret or 2nd string, 6th fret) while we hammer and pull between the C and D.
These type of double stops give the example a little bit of a country flavor...