Tuesday 11th of December 2012 11:37:29 AM By: Richard Flynn
We're returning to classical composer Villa-Lobos again for this peculiar chord from Study No 11. It's called E Octaves since it consists solely of
three fretted E's flanked by open E's on bottom and top strings. Try moving the fretted E's shape up and down the fretboard for different sounds.
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