Lesson 6: Plucking Hand Tapping, Continued
Probably one of the coolest aspects of two-handed tapping is the way in which both hands can maintain a state of independence in their parts. This allows a player to sound almost as if he/she has become two players in one. Because each hand has the freedom to play completely independently, it is possible to put together bass parts that are as complementary or as disjointed as you want. This is one of the reasons that two-handed tapping is such a great device for soloing and improvising.
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