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Would Gypsy and 'Standard' picking benefit eachother?

JeremyJeremy New
edited October 2007 in Gypsy Jazz 101 Posts: 39
I use both, but I'm far more skilled with free stroke 100% alternate picking. I have noticed, however, that my gypsy picking has developed much faster than my standard picking did when I was just learning guitar 4 years ago. Do you guys believe that practicing standard picking benefits gypsy picking and vice versa? I haven't been using gypsy picking long enough to notice anything other than what I said before, I learnt the GP technique relatively quickly.

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  • TenorClefTenorClef UKNew
    Posts: 150
    I note that 'apoyando' or rest stoke provides a very solid tone, however i'm struggling with this technique on plectrum guitar, i'm more acustom to this approach on classical guitar.
    Currently-Gitane 250M
    Previously-Gitane 255
    Previously- Gitane D500
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